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A2 ART FINE JEWELLERY & WATCHES ANTIQUES & MODERN DESIGN 21-23 FEBRUARY 2012 Cover: LOT 2 LIZ MAW Francis Upritchard (detail) $1,500 - $2,500 BACK COVER: LOT 273 5.07 CT EMERALD CUT DIAMOND (ENLARGED) $125,000 - $150,000 LEFT: LOT 1 ANDREW MCLEOD Love Between 5 People $2,000 - $3,000 INSIDE BACK LEFT: LOT 53 ANN SHELTON 26. Frederick B. Butler Collection, Puke Ariki, New Plymouth, Empty Shelf $3,500 - $4,500 Inside back: LOT 52 ANN SHELTON 17. Frederick B. Butler Collection, Puke Ariki, New Plymouth, Scrapbooks From: Crime 1957 April 23 - May 2 to Crime 1969 September 1 - 19 $5,000 - $8,000

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VIEWING FROM THURS 16 FEBRUARY 9:00AM EVENING PREVIEW Thursday 16 February 5:30pm – 8:00pm Please join us to view the suite of sales and enjoy a glass of Peregrine wine.

BUYER’S PREMIUM LEFT: LOT 51 PETER STICHBURY Heather $4,500 - $6,500

A buyer’s premium of 12.5% will be charged on all items in the Fine Jewellery & Watches sale, and a buyer’s premium of 15% will be charged on all items in the A2 Art sale and the Antiques & Modern Design sale. GST (15%) is payable on the buyer’s premium.

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THURSDAY 16 FEBRUARY WEBB’S, 18 MANUKAU RD NEWMARKET // DOORS OPEN 7.30PM START 8.20PM // $10 CASH DOOR SALES A Pecha Kucha Night is an event format in which presenters show a slideshow of 20 images, each of which is displayed for 20 seconds — giving a total presentation time of 6 minutes 40 seconds. Each event has eight to fourteen presenters. Presenters (and much of the audience) are from the design, architecture, photography, art and creative fields. The event format has been replicated in more than 360 cities including London, San Francisco, Seattle, Rotterdam, Shanghai and Berlin. Drawing its name from the Japanese term for the sound of conversation (“chit chat”), its 20x20 format ensures concise presentations and keeps things moving at a rapid pace. Its presentation format was originally devised by Astrid Klein and Mark Dytham of Klein-Dytham Architecture (KDa) in Tokyo, Japan in 2003.

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Initiated in 2002, The Cordyline Collection, a buying collective consisting of 20 members came to maturity this year and is being disbanded with the sale of 37 works in this catalogue. Works by emerging and established contemporary New Zealand artists were sought according to an educational philosophy and members gathered regularly with artists and dealers for enjoyment and edification. In its entirety, the collection comprises 58 works, many by emerging artists. This catalogues includes works by the senior practitioners represented including Fiona Pardington, Paul Dibble, Tony de Latour, Elizabeth Thomson, Greer Twiss and Michael Tuffery.

THE CORDYLINE COLLECTION

LOT 54 FIONA PARDINGTON Wiriwiri silver gelatin print $5,000 - $7,000

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2011 HIGHLIGHTS HIGHLIGHTS

Webb’s is pleased to announce that, in 2011, we sold more art by value through auction than did any of our competitive colleagues and transacted significantly more total sales by value than did any other auction house. Webb’s also secured the highest number of sales of over $100,000, 37% ahead of the nearest competitor in the fine art field and a staggering 67% ahead across all of the markets.

Webb’s also convincingly outperformed all other auction houses in the fields of jewellery, fine wine, Oceanic arts and vintage automobiles. Last year saw Webb’s turnover increase by 15% for the second year running, affirming confidence in the future of the markets served by our company. The auction market over the year was characterised by moderate but promising activity with a greater

Charles Frederick Goldie The Nest $171,600 Gottfried Lindauer Ihakara Tukumaru $177,000

Bill Hammond Choreograph Screen $166,000

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Don Binney Tui Over The Anawhata $145,000

Dick Frizzell Apollinaire At 21 From An Age When Art Seemed Much More Fun $30,900


number of high-value art transactions having taken place in 2011 than did during the previous year. One would have expected uncertain economic forecasts to curb investment in cultural assets such as art, jewellery and antiques. In practice, collectors have continued to collect although buyers have become more discerning. Increased knowledge on the part of collectors has driven enthusiasm for

Peter Siddell Western Balcony $100,000

the best of the best across all genres. Careful consideration of quality, condition and provenance has resulted in a more sophisticated, mature and stable market. Entries are currently invited for the first sale of Important Paintings and Contemporary Art to be held on 27 March.

Fiona Pardington Taranaki Heitiki with Mussel Shell Eyes, Okains Bay Maori and Colonial Museum $10,000

Don Binney Kotare Over Ratana Church, Te Kao $303,750

Pat Hanly Golden Age 3 with White Butterfly $137,250

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2011 HIGHLIGHTS A. Prestigious Mere Pounamu in the name of Tinirau $51,600 B. Superb Kotiate $25,800 C. Mere Pounamu ‘Tupoho’ $22,300 D. Tahitian Shark Hook $16,400 E. 1995 Champagne Krug Clos d’Ambonnay $2,900 F. A Pair of Modernist Black Leather Armchairs $4,100 G. Walter Lawry Buller A History of the Birds of New Zealand $9,000 H. Joseph Banks et al Banks’ Florilegium, Part XXVI $8,700 I. Rolex, Lady’s Datejust Wristwatch $9,150 J. An important solitaire diamond of 4.85ct. $229,000 Record price for a diamond at auction in New Zealand K. An important diamond of 5.04ct $195,000 L. 1955 Vincent Black Knight Series D $100,000 M. 1961 Mercedes 190SL Roadster $83,250 N. 1963 Ferrari 250 Lusso $1,100,000 Record price for a motor car at auction in New Zealand O. 19th Century French Automaton $25,800 P. Four George IV Sterling Silver Candlesticks $23,450 Q. Chinese Kingfisher Feather Picture $12,900

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Rick Killeen City Living pigment ink, turps based acrylic, resin varnish on canvas signed Killeen, and inscribed City Living in brushpoint, lower right 1520 x 1015mm $25,000 - $35,000

IMPORTANT PAINTINGS & CONTEMPORARY ART ENTRIES NOW INVITED | 27 MARCH 2012 Contact Sophie Coupland scoupland@webbs.co.nz 021 510 876 | 09 529 5603

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BETHUNES AT WEBB'S HISTORICAL PHOTOGRAPHY AND RARE BOOKS 20 FEB 2012

The first Bethunes at Webb's sale of 2012 will be held on Monday 20 February. The sale will be in two sessions, the first comprising historical photography and the second rare books and related materials. Contact Francis McWhannell bethunes@webbs.co.nz 021 232 6032 | 09 529 5602 ELIZABETH PULMAN Portrait of two unidentified Maori women engaged in a hongi. Late 19th century. Est. $1,000

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A LIFETIME COLLECTION OF OCEANIC FISHING TECHNOLOGIES (LIMITED SELECTION ABOVE)

OCEANIC AND AFRICAN ARTS 28 MARCH 2012 ENTRIES NOW INVITED Contact Neil Campbell ncampbell@webbs.co.nz 021 875 966 | 09 529 5607

Webb’s first major tribal event for 2012 will see several significant international collections presented. In addition to a selection of Maori taonga including two important cloaks and a historically important tekoteko, the catalogue will include a lifetime collection of Oceanic fish hooks, a quality selection of Melanesian and Polynesian tribal artworks and two international collections of African art. Entries are now invited to complement this event to be held on 28 March 2012. Over 2011, Webb's offered the very best examples of Maori, Oceanic, African and North American artifacts, the quality and breadth of which are rarely seen in New Zealand.

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RON ENGLISH Webb's is pleased to announce New Zealand's first exhibition by Ron English. English is widely considered to be one of the forefathers of modern street art and beginning with his ‘liberated’ billboards of the 1980’s in which commercial billboards were illegally altered so that they broadcast political messages, his career has spanned and continued to evolve for more than three decades. Much like the work of contemporaries Banksy and Shepherd Fairey, with whom

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he has collaborated and exhibited, English’s influence is central to street art’s advancement from a practise focussed on lettering and graphic imagery to a conceptually focussed means of political expression. As English’s reputation has grown, his unique imagery has continued to pervade contemporary culture. Notably, his hyperrealist depictions of McDonalds branding and advertising imagery were featured prominently in the documentary Super Size Me.

Further, his work has graced numerous album covers, including The Dandy Warhol’s Welcome to the Monkey House and more recently, Chris Brown’s F.A.M.E. Works by English are held in the permanent collections of Whitney Museum, New York; Everhart Museum, Pasadena; Mauermuseum, Berlin; and Museum of Contemporary Art, Paris. English has recently held a public seminar at Museum of Modern Art, New York.


Right Edgar Degas Before the Performance (detail) 1890s Scottish National Gallery Below Fernand Léger Etude pour ‘Les Contructeurs’: L’équipe au repos (Study for ‘The Constructors’: The Team at Rest) (detail) 1950 Scottish National Gallery of Modern Art Ernst Ludwig Kirchner Japanisches Theater (Japanese Theatre) (detail) 1909 Scottish National Gallery of Modern Art © Trustees of the National Galleries of Scotland

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VALUATION SERVICES SPECIALIST VALUERS OF FINE ART AND ANTIQUES, WEBB’S PROVIDE VALUATIONS TO PUBLIC INSTITUTIONS, CORPORATE AND PRIVATE COLLECTIONS INCLUDING:

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FINE & RARE WINE MONDAY 20 FEBRUARY TWO SESSIONS: NEW ZEALAND & AUSTRALIAN WINES - 4:30PM OLD WORLD WINES - 6:30PM

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The sale will feature a superb selection of rare New Zealand wines alongside Bordeaux, vintage Champagne, and other excellent wines, ports and spirits. Contact Simon Ward wine@webbs.co.nz 09 529 5600


CLASSIC MOTORCYCLES & CARS OF THE DAY 24 MARCH 2012 ENTRIES NOW INVITED Featuring a number of forgotten motorcycle collections, Webb’s March event is sure to attract the true enthusiast. Two significant barn find collections will give the market the opportunity to acquire rare and valuable project machines. Also included is a range of rare English and American motor vehicles. Further entries are now invited. Contact Neil Campbell ncampbell@webbs.co.nz 021 875 966 | 09 529 5607

RARE 1937 EXCELSIOR BRONZE HEAD $15,000 - $25,000

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Including works from the Cordyline Collection and works from VAANA Peace Mural artists. The Cordyline Collection is a Wellington based buying collective that was established in 2002 with the aim of collecting and fostering a dialogue around contemporary New Zealand art practise. VAANA – Visual Artists Against Nuclear Arms – was formed in 1984 to raise public awareness against nuclear proliferation and their most significant project to date has been the completion of a peace mural on the corner of Karangahape and Ponsonby roads. This catalogue includes works by original members of VAANA and more recent works commissioned specifically for the peace mural. Refer to lots 89 -100.

Evening Preview Thursday 16 February

5:30pm - 8:00pm Viewing

Thursday 16 February Friday 17 February

9:00am - 8:00pm 9:00am – 5:30pm

Saturday 18 February

11:00am – 3:00pm

Sunday 19 February

11:00am – 3:00pm

Monday 20 February

9:00am – 5:30pm

Tuesday 21 February

9:00am – 12:00pm

BUYER’S PREMIUM LOT 48 REUBEN PATERSON

Black and White T.V. $1,500 - $2,500

A buyer’s premium of 15% will be charged on all items in the A2 Art section of this sale. GST (15%) is payable on the buyer’s premium only.

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Andrew Mcleod

Love Between 5 People digital print, 6/20

title inscribed, signed and dated 2000 418mm x 294mm $2,000 - $3,000

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Liz Maw

Francis Upritchard digital print, 4/10 signed and dated 2010 630mm x 365mm

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Jeffrey Harris

Two Figures in Landscape mixed media on paper signed; title inscribed and dated early 1969 and inscribed I Don’t Like This verso 555mm x 755mm $2,500 - $3,500

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Rick Killeen

From the Museum screenprint

title inscribed, signed and dated 2002 765mm x 560mm From the Museum Cricle Portfolio $2,000 - $3,000

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Sara Hughes

Data Attraction I

screenprint, artist’s proof title inscribed, signed and dated 2006 570mm x 745mm $1,400 - $2,500

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Shane Cotton

Kikorangi

screenprint, artist’s proof title inscribed, signed and dated 2003 500mm x 695mm $3,500 - $5,500

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Dick Frizzell

Black Hawk

ink and marker pen on paper 550mm x 410mm $1,000 - $1,800

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Buck Rogers

ink and marker pen on paper 585mm x 295mm $1,000 - $1,800

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Don Binney

Kotuku, Puketotara screenprint, 14/75 title inscribed, signed and dated 2005 490mm x 690mm $2,400 - $3,200

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Peter Stichbury

Glister

glicee print, 12/100 signed and dated ‘08 265mm x 225mm $2,000 - $3,000

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Dick Frizzell

Wonderwoman

ink and marker pen on paper inscribed ‘Metallic Blue Bracelets (not gold)’ 425mm x 470mm $1,000 - $1,800

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Dick Frizzell

Silver Surfer

ink and marker pen on paper 423mm x 580mm $1,000 - $1,800

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Lonnie Hutchinson

Sumner Road

hand cut vintage liberty wallpaper c.2001 1040mm x 240mm x 50mm $3,000 - $4,000

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John Pule

Restless Spirit VII lithograph, artist’s proof title inscribed, signed and dated 2000 760mm x 560mm $1,500 - $2,500

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John Pule

Restless Spirit IV lithograph, artist’s proof title inscribed, signed and dated 2000 760mm x 560mm $1,500 - $2,500

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John Pule

Restless Spirit X lithograph , artist’s proof title inscribed, signed and dated 2001 760mm x 560mm $1,500 - $2,500

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Greer Twiss

Picnic Series bronze

signed and dated ‘04 205mm x 415mm x 440mm Provenance: The Cordyline Collection Inc. buying collective $5,000 - $6,000

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Lara Strongman

screenprint, 67/80

lithograph, 5/50

title inscribed, signed and dated 2010

signed and dated 1991

photograph with hand colour

730mm x 545mm

715mm x 527mm

$2,000 - $3,000

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Grocer with Moko

Four Four Time

Rock On

screenprint, printer’s proof

screenprint, artist’s proof

screenprint, 14/200

title inscribed, signed and dated 2004

title inscribed, signed and dated ‘09

title inscribed, signed and dated 09

805mm x 595mm

760mm x 560mm

740mm x 550mm

$2,400 - $3,200

$1,800 - $2,500

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Robert Ellis

Dick Frizzell

Matt CoUper

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On the Sea Ice

Pounamu

Rock Pools and Blue Sky

photograph, 1/10

lithograph

duratran print, perspex and light fittings

titled inscribed, signed and dated

title inscribed, signed and dated 2002

in wooden construct

695mm x 925mm

560mm x 765mm

2002mm x 510mm x 180mm

Provenance: The Cordyline Collection

From the Museum Circle Portfolio

Purchased from Starkwhite Auckland,

Inc. buying collective

$1,800 - $2,500

March 2007.

Grahame Sydney

$2,000 - $3,000

Gretchen Albrecht

Jae Hoon Lee

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This is Not a Religious or Philosophical Organisation

Set Design For Baxter

Black Diamond

watercolour

four cast bronze moth forms with patina

silver gelatin print

title inscribed

mounted on paint finished wood panel

1160mm x 780mm

284mm x 240mm

title inscribed, signed and dated 2009

Accompanied by transparent vinyl LP

Reference: This work is a study for the

180mm x 200mm

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set that Hotere designed for the premier

Provenance: The Cordyline Collection

$1,000 - $2,000

performance of James K. Baxters play

Inc. buying collective

‘Temptations of Oedipus’, which took place at the Globe Theatre, Dunedin.

$7,000 - $10,000

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Star Fucker

all of Baxter’s plays premiered and

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Andrew Mcleod

acrylic on canvas title inscribed, signed and dated 2003 420mm x 295mm $2,500 - $3,500

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Elizabeth Thomson

The Globe theatre is, notably, where while Hotere undertook design work for three different productions at the Globe theatre, this is the only instance in which he designed the set for a Baxter production. $4,000 - $5,000

Michael Harrison

Untitled

watercolour signed 285mm x 205mm $1,600 - $2,400

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Ralph Hotere

Nineteen Ninety lithograph, 6/20

title inscribed, signed and dated ‘90 570mm x 430mm $2,500 - $3,500

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John Pule

Tenonga Kia Koe lithograph title inscribed, signed and dated 2002 765mm x 560mm $1,800 - $2,500

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Untitled (Bunny Fish and Coral Reef)

ink and watercolour on paper laid on to

digital print, 177/1200

canvas

signed and dated 2008

signed and dated 1973

195mm x 970mm

700mm x 1060mm

$300 - $600

Geoff Thornley

Kozyndan

$7,000 - $9,000

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Allen Maddox

Untitled

oilstick on paper 770mm x 570mm Provenance: The Cordyline Collection Inc. buying collective $2,500 - $3,500

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Michael Tuffery

Standing Bull Povi Tama wire and bully beef cans

signed and dated 2005 on underside 640mm x 460mm x 290mm Provenance: The Cordyline Collection Inc. buying collective $4,000 - $6,000

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Simon Kaan

Whenua Series

etching and drypoint title inscribed, signed and dated 2001 260mm x 750mm Provenance: The Cordyline Collection Inc. buying collective $1,800 - $2,500

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Cowrie Shells

The Iron Pot, Napier

hand carved macrocarpa

lithograph, 9/42

sizes ranging from 80mm x 175mm x

title inscribed, signed and dated ‘89

80mm (smallest) to 130mm x 270mm x

540mm x 710mm

110mm (largest)

$800 - $1,200

John Ioane

$600 - $900

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Mill Creek, Rakiura

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Michael Hight

Kyeburn

screenprint, 14/75

screenprint, 28/75

title inscribed, signed and dated ‘05

title inscribed, signed and dated 2011

500mm x 690mm

680mm x 990mm

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Afa Tasi (Half of One) that I Own (from the Black Sunday series)

Night Walk

photograph and coloured card collage

title inscribed, signed and dated 2002

350mm x 575mm

570mm x 760mm

$800 - $1,200

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Karl Maughan

artist’s proof

Gretchen Albrecht

screenprint, 20/40

Inc. buying collective

Dick Frizzell

title inscribed and signed

Big Egg, Little Egg

730mm x 1060mm

screenprint, 60/100

$2,000 - $3,000

title inscribed, signed and dated 2002

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765mm x 560mm from the Museum Circle Portfolio $1,500 - $2,500

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Black and White T.V

Another Big Kiss

screenprint, artist’s proof

screenprint with glitter, artist’s proof

screenprint, 62/100

title inscribed, signed and dated 2008

title inscribed, signed and dated 2005

title inscribed, signed and dated 2009

895mm x 790mm

700mm x 500mm

820mm x 795mm

$2,000 - $3,000

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Mud Pool

Heather

cibachrome photograph

glicee print, 27/50

1965

535mm x 440mm

454 x 454mm

$4,500 - $6,500

Theo Schoon

Peter Stichbury

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17. Frederick B. Butler Collection, Puke Ariki, New Plymouth, Scrapbooks From: Crime 1957 April 23 - May 2 to Crime 1969 September 1 - 19

26. Frederick B. Butler Collection, Puke Ariki, New Plymouth, Empty Shelf

Wiriwiri, Tremble

c type print, edition of 3

Provenance: The Cordyline Collection

c type print, edition of 3

2006

Inc. buying collective

2006

1365mm x 965mm

$5,000 - $7,000

1365mm x 965mm

$3,500 - $4,500

Ann Shelton

Ann Shelton

$5,000 - $8,000 These two photographs by Ann Shelton belong to the series entitled a library to scale which was exhibited extensively throughout New Zealand and in Australia from 2006 – 2007. During this time the works featured in solo exhibitions by the artist at Starkwhite, Auckland; Enjoy Gallery, Wellington; Centre for Contemporary Photography, Melbourne and Govett-Brewster Art Gallery, New Plymouth. A selection of photographs from this series was included in Archive Fever, The Adam Art Gallery, Wellington, August – October 2006, curated by Emily Cormack. The full artist’s exhibition set of the a library to scale photographs, consisting of 26 individual works is on long term loan to the Chartwell Collection. 38

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Three of Clubs

Whangaparoa

Powderland

pastel on paper

oil on gesso on canvas

720mm x 620mm

signed and dated ‘02

oil on canvas

Provenance: The Cordyline Collection

225mm x 1115mm

Inc. buying collective

Provenance: The Cordyline Collection

$4,000 - $6,000

Inc. buying collective

Philip Clairmont

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Scott McFarlane

$1,200 - $1,800

Ralph Hotere

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acrylic on paper

Untitled

signed and dated ‘68

acrylic on canvases (4 panels)

760mm x 560mm

signed on each canvas

$8,000 - $14,000

250mm x 1090mm (overall dimensions)

Vietnam Series

Tony de Latour

signed and dated 2005 verso 910mm x 910mm Provenance: The Cordyline Collection Inc. buying collective $10,000 - $15,000

Michael Tuffery

Provenance: The Cordyline Collection Inc. buying collective $4,000 - $6,000

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Geometric Figure 1 cast bronze, 3/3 signed and dated 2009 700mm x 160mm x 152mm Provenance: The Cordyline Collection Inc. buying collective $10,000 - $15,000

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Bushman

cast bronze, 3/3 signed and dated 2004 440mm x 100mm x 100mm Provenance: The Cordyline Collection Inc. buying collective $8,000 - $12,000

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Figure in my Room acrylic on canvas

title inscribed, signed and dated 1994 in brushpoint verso 380mm x 455mm $2,000 - $3,000

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Emily Wolfe

Lace Curtain

oil on stretched canvas 660mm x 810mm $3,000 - $5,000

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Gina Jones

Untitled (Masters 1) laser cut steel, sandblasted perspex and LED lights, artist’s proof title inscribed, signed and dated 2005 521mm x 765mm x 300mm Provenance: The Cordyline Collection Inc. buying collective $2,000 - $3,000

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Fatu Feu’u

Fa’ alapika

oil on hessian on board signed and dated ‘06; title inscribed, signed and dated 2006 verso 785mm x 1000mm

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Figure

acrylic on paper 980mm x 640mm $3,000 - $5,000

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James Robinson

Vacuum to Faith

mixed media on paper title inscribed, signed and dated 2008 800mm x 600mm Provenance: The Cordyline Collection Inc. buying collective $2,000 - $3,000

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Launch and Browns Island oil on board 2001 signed, John Leech Gallery label affixed verso 330mm x 815mm $2,500 - $3,500

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Jeff Thomson

Weave

woven corrugated iron with weathered enamel surface 1480mm x 720mm Provenance: The Cordyline Collection

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Map of New Zealand

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Karekare

Bobby and Jackie, A Factory Edition

Colyton

signed with artist’s stamp verso

screenprint and Mac lipstick on perspex

screenprint, 47/100

silver gelatin print

on timber plinth (not pictured),

title inscribed and signed

200mm x 245mm

edition of 7

710mm x 1110mm

$1,200 - $2,000

2003

$2,400 - $3,200

Marti Friedlander

Robert Jahnke

title inscribed 280mm x 280mm x 45mm (excluding plinth)

Karl Maughan

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Paul Hartigan

Provenance: purchased from Artis

Tattoo Classique’s/Study

Gallery, 2003

ink on paper title inscribed, signed and dated 1980 310mm x 509mm $900 - $1,200

A2 ART 47


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75

77

75

76

77

Untitled

Ahi Series 3

Don’t Worry It’s Only T.V.

oil on stretched canvas

oil on paper

oil on paper

signed and dated ‘95 verso

signed and dated 2006

title inscribed

1680mm x 490mm

420mm x 590mm

signed and dated 1988

$7,000 - $9,000

Provenance: The Cordyline Collection

490mm x 930mm

Inc. buying collective

$7,000 - $9,000

Allen Maddox

Star Gossage

$2,500 - $3,500

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Jenny Dolezel


78

78

John Walsh

Pare For an Economic Recovery oil on board title inscribed signed and dated 2006 900mm x 1200mm $15,000 - $18,000

79

Pat Hanly

Garden - Cool and Hot Scent indian ink, goauche and oil pastel on paper title inscribed, signed and dated ‘81 535mm x 630mm $6,000 - $8,000

79

A2 ART 49


80

81 80

Nigel Brown

Three Trees Reading oil on canvas signed and dated 2009; title inscribed, signed and dated 2009 and inscribed oil on canvas verso 350mm x 270mm Provenance: The Cordyline Collection Inc. buying collective $3,000 - $4,000

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John Weeks

Maori Artefacts Study oil on canvas 395 x 240mm $3,000 - $5,000

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83

84

82

84

Lake Landscape

Kelmarna Gardens, Grey Lynn

oil on canvas

silver gelatin print

signed

375mm x 250mm

985mm x 980mm

$1,500 - $2,500

William Reed

Marti Friedlander

$7,000 - $12,000

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85

1990

Untitled (From the Garden Series)

lithograph, 10/20

inscribed Joyce verso

Ralph Hotere

title inscribed, signed and dated ‘90

Philip Trusttum

oil on board

730mm x 535mm

590mm x 300mm

$3,000 - $5,000

$3,000 - $4,000

85

A2 ART 51


86 86

Toss Woollaston

Landscape

oil on board signed; dated 70/2 and inscribed 69/338 (struck through by the artist) verso 590mm x 1200mm $16,000 - $25,000

87

John Holmwood

Raetihi Country

oil on canvas stretched on board signed and dated ‘56; title inscribed and signed verso 740mm x 1050mm

87

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$8,000 - $12,000


88 88

Raymond Ching

Black Shag (Phalacrocorax Carbo Novaehollaniae)

on thigh and filoplumes on head and neck,

watercolour

and description of painting technique

title inscribed, signed, dated October

seasonal development, Hauraki Gulf inscribed.

22nd 1980 and inscribed Adult bird

600mm x 470mm

breeding plumage. White feather patch

$15,000 - $20,000

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89 VAANA Visual Artists Against Nuclear Arms Lots 89 - 100 were produced by members

the mural now consists of twenty

VAANA Peace Mural Stage Two. Lot 89

and supporters of VAANA and the

two panels and is New Zealand’s only

by Dick Frizzell, lot 90 by Julian Hooper,

proceeds from the sale of these works

‘peace wall’, serving as a landmark

lot 91 by John Pule, lot 92 by Alexis

will be donated to the Peace Foundation.

for Auckland and a milestone in the

Hunter, and lot 94 by Emily Karaka

VAANA was formed in 1984 to

history of Aotearoa. Both the mural

were commissioned specifically for

and the actions of the collective were a

the VAANA Peace Mural Stage Three.

catalyst that contributed to New Zealand

A further six works by the original

becoming the first country to be nuclear

VAANA collective are to be auctioned:

free by law. The influence of the mural

five of whom previously painted a panel

was extended further at the celebratory

for stage one of the VAANA Peace Mural

launch of its third stage in the Auckland

in 1985 and one of whom painted a panel

City Council Chambers in 2007, where

for Stage Two in 2006. These works are

Auckland’s City Council voted to declare

lot 95 by Nigel Brown, lot 96 by Margaret

Auckland a ‘peace city.’

Lawlor-Bartlett, lot 97 by John Nicol, lot

Lot 93 by Andy Leleisi’uao was

98 by Andy Leleisi’uao, lot 99 by Claudia

raise public awareness against the proliferation of nuclear arms. The organisation’s most significant project to date has been the ongoing peace mural on the corner of Karangahape and Ponsonby roads, Auckland. The peace mural began in 1985 when Pat Hanly and the original team of artists painted eight large panels that constituted its first stage. After the addition of the second and third stages,

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commissioned specifically for the

Pond-Eyley and lot 100 by Vanya Lowry.


89

Dick Frizzell

Good News

oil on canvas title inscribed, signed and dated 8/12/2008 1500mm x 1500mm A digital enlargement of this work is on permanent display as part of the third stage of VAANA Peace Mural, corner of Karangahape and Ponsonby Road, Auckland. Illustrated: A Pacific Phoenix: The VAANA Peace Mural, Reimke Ensing, Art New Zealand no. 131, Winter 2009, p. 27 $10,000 - $15,000

90

Julian Hooper

A Family Portrait acrylic on canvas

1320mm x 1370mm

90

A digital enlargement of this work is on permanent display as part of the third stage of VAANA Peace Mural, corner of Karangahape and Ponsonby Road, Auckland. $2,500 - $3,500

91

John Pule

Everything Will be Alright acrylic on canvas title inscribed, dated 2009 and inscribed ‘Think peace’; signed and dated Jan 2009 verso 1100mm x 970mm A digital enlargement of this work is on permanent display as part of the third stage of VAANA Peace Mural, corner of Karangahape and Ponsonby Road, Auckland. $8,000 - $12,000

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93

92

92

93

The Revenge of Gaia

Love, Faith and Hope

oil on canvas

acrylic on canvas

title inscribed, signed and dated 2008

765mm x 505mm

610mm x 510mm

A digital enlargement of this work is on

A digital enlargement of this work is on

permanent display as part of the second

permanent display as part of the third

stage of the VAANA Peace Mural, corner

stage of VAANA Peace Mural, corner

of Karangahape and Ponsonby Road,

of Karangahape and Ponsonby Road,

Auckland.

Auckland.

$1,800 - $2,600

Alexis Hunter

Illustrated: A Pacific Phoenix: The VAANA Peace Mural, Reimke Ensing, Art New Zealand no. 131, Winter 2009, p.24. $1,500 - $2,500

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Andy Leleisi’uao


94

94

Emily Karaka

No Nukes

acrylic on canvas signed and dated ‘08; title inscribed, signed and dated ‘08 verso 2120mm x 1825mm A digital enlargement of this work is on

permanent display as part of the third stage of VAANA Peace Mural, corner of Karangahape and Ponsonby Road, Auckland. Illustrated: A Pacific Phoenix: The VAANA Peace Mural, Reimke Ensing, Art New Zealand no. 131, Winter 2009, p. 25. $8,000 - $10,000

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95 95

Nigel Brown

Let’s Come to Terms with the Birds oil and acrylic on canvas title inscribed, signed and dated 2009 - 2010; title inscribed, signed, dated 2009 2010 and inscribed oil and acrylic on canvas, cosy nook NZ verso 780mm x 1705mm This artist was a member of the origional VAANA collective and contributed an image to the first phase of the VAANA Peace Mural in 1985. $14,000 - $18,000

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Margaret Lawlor Bartlett

Is It Always Like This? acrylic on canvas

signed and dated ‘05; title inscribed, signed, dated ‘05 and inscribed acrylic on canvas, 445-127/20A Oxford Terrace, Devonport, Auckland 0624 verso 1010mm x 700mm This artist was a member of the origional VAANA collective and contributed an image to the first phase of

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the VAANA Peace Mural in 1985 $1,000 - $1,500


97

John Nicol

Night Flower

acrylic on plywood title inscribed, signed and dated 2011 verso 715mm x 715mm This artist was a member of the origional VAANA collective and contributed an image to the first phase of the Vaana Peace Mural in 1985. $500 - $1,000

98

Andy Leleisi’uao

Crypted Animals

acrylic on canvas, signed with initials 760mm x 1015mm This artist contributed an image to the second phase of the VAANA Peace Mural in 2006. $2,500 - $4,500

97

98

A2 ART 59


99

Claudia Pond-Eyley

Fini Vos Visites/Moruroa

screenprint on unique hand marbled paper title inscribed, signed and dated 1996 750mm x 570mm This artist was a member of the origional VAANA collective and contributed an image to the first phase of the VAANA Peace Mural in 1985 $450 - $700

100

Vanya Lowry

First Do No Harm

acrylic on board, signed and dated 2012 360mm x 550mm This artist was a member of the origional VAANA collective and contributed an image to the first phase of the VAANA Peace Mural in 1985. $300 - $600

99

100

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101

102

101

Patricia France

In the Deep South oil on board

titled inscribed and dated 1991 570mm x 530mm $4,500 - $8,500

102

Patricia France

Still Life

oil on board signed 440mm x 400mm $3,000 - $4,000

103

Fatu Feu’u

Love Poem

oil, pastel and acrylic with hand carved shells on canvas on board signed and dated ‘06 1200mm x 1200mm $8,000 - $10,000

103

A2 ART 61


104

105

107

106

108

104

105

106

Black Rock

Motomahunga

Domestriad

screenprint

screenprint, 36/25

screenprint, 23/30

425mm x 610mm

signed and dated 2005

title inscribed, signed and dated ‘77

$800 - $1,200

690mm x 490mm

455mm x 455mm

$600 - $800

$1,200 - $1,600

Graham Sydney

108

109

screenprint, 14/75

Kite

He Tohu

title inscribed, signed and dated

screenprint on paper

acrylic on hessian on board

Sept 2005

signed with initials, dated ‘40 and

signed and dated ‘95 verso

680mm x 490mm

inscribed M.K. 178 and cut along lines

725mm x 670mm

$700 - $1,200

accompanied by instructions and

$800 - $1,200

Michael Smither

107

Fog At Ranfurly

Michael Smither

Pat Hanly

original wooden bars and ribbon for assembly $1,500 - $2,500

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109

Dick Frizzell

Emily Karaka


110

John Drawbridge

Girl at a Window etching, 47/50

title inscribed, signed, dated 1969 and inscribed printed by Cameron Drawbridge - 2004 560mm x 760mm Provenance: The Cordyline Collection Inc. buying collective $800 - $1,200

111

110

Jeffrey Harris

Sit Down To Last Night’s Supper pencil on paper title inscribed and signed on label affixed verso 325mm x 425mm $700 - $1,200

112

Justin Boroughs

Boatsheds, Oraekei screenprint, 14/75

title inscribed, signed and dated ‘05 480mm x 700mm

111

$500 - $800

113

Elizabeth Thomson

Natives

lithograph, 9/50 title inscribed, signed and dated ‘95 200mm x 390mm Provenance: The Cordyline Collection Inc. buying collective

112

$800 - $1,200

113

A2 ART 63


114

David Morrison

Study of Harbour No. 54 acrylic on canvas

title inscribed, signed and dated ‘99 1360mm x 1675mm $3,500 - $4,500

115

Kathryn Stevens

Trapeze ‘Wire’

acrylic on canvas title inscribed, signed and dated 2001 660mm x 660mm $2,500 - $3,500

116

Grant Banbury

Tall Parcel 3 114

mixed media signed and original Denis Cohn Gallery label affixed verso 710mm x 100mm $300 - $600

117

Richard Lewer

Contained Chaos

pencil on conservation board 1430mm x 900mm $2,000 - $4,000

118

James Robinson

Professional Antihero?

ink, graphite and found materials on paper signed 685mm x 210mm $600 - $1,000

119

Marti Friedlander

Ralph Hotere Before Black Pheonix 115

colour photograph 110mm x 160mm $3,500 - $4,500

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117

116

118

119

A2 ART 65


121

120

122

120

121

122

Bush Plum

Watija Tjuta

Tingari Dreaming

matisse acrylic paint on duck canvas

acrylic on canvas

acrylic on linen

1500mm x 1370mm

880mm x 595mm

1200mm x 2000mm

Provenance: Accompanied by certificate

Provenance: Accompanied by certificate

Provenance: Accompanied by certificate

of authenticity from Honey Ant Art,

of authenticity and photographic

of authenticity and photographic

Noosa Heads, Sydney.

documentation from Iranti Art Gallery,

documentation from Boomerang

$3,000 - $4,000

Alice Springs, Northern Territory.

Barney Campbell Tjakamarra

Aboriginal Art Gallery, Adelaide. $12,000 - $15,000

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Polly Ngala

Mitjili Naparrula

$1,000 - $2,000


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123

125

126

123

124

125

Bush Plum Dreaming

Treaty Glasses

Exposure I

acrylic on canvas

carrara marble and New Zealand jade

gesso, powdered granite, emulsions,

1490mm x 890mm

with gold enamel and engraving

pigment stains and acrylic on board,

Provenance: Accompanied by certificate

400mm x 1400mm x 1300mm

title inscribed, signed and dated 2002 verso

of authenticity and photographic

Provenance: The Cordyline Collection Inc.

1190mm x 1195mm

documentation from the Aboriginal Art

buying collective

House, Hahndorf, South Australia.

$5,500 - $8,500

$500 - $1,000

Polly Nuangala Nelson

$2,000 - $3,000

Sharon Painter-Arps

Heather Hourigan

126

Sofia Minson

Whaanautanga oil on canvas

signed; title inscribed, signed and dated 2006 verso 1200mm x 1800mm $3,000 - $4,000

A2 ART 67


127

John Barr Clarke Hoyte

Bush Scene

watercolour on paper signed 405mm x 310mm $5,000 - $7,000

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128

129

130 128

129

130

Maori Village

Abstract Study

Italian Market

oil on canvas

mixed media

oil on canvas

signed and dated 1910

400mm x 500mm

signed; title inscribed on original

275mm x 485mm

Certificate of authenticity from John

John Leech Gallery label affixed verso

Original Ferner Gallery label affixed

Leech Gallery affixed verso

750mm x 875mm

verso

$16,000 - $24,000

$4,500 - $6,500

Walter Wright

John Weeks

Robert Procter

$7,000 - $12,000

A2 ART 69


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132

133 131

Charles Blomfield

Lake Rotorua oil on board 1908

signed and dated 1908 218mm x 433mm $6,000 - $9,000

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132

Andre Fraye

French Harbour Scene oil on canvas signed lower right in brushpoint 580mm x 710mm $3,500 - $4,500

133

Eric Lee Johnson

Rural Landscape pastel on paper signed 370mm x 450mm $1,400 - $1,800

135

134

Euan Macleod

Maternal Drawing pastel on paper 175mm x 235mm

Provenance: The Cordyline Collection Inc. buying collective $600 - $1,200

135

Sylvia Siddell

Feral Couch oil on canvas circa 2005 signed

800mm x1200mm

136

$3,500 - $4,500

136

Peter Siddell

Shepherd Hut oil on board

signed and dated 1970 290mm x 450mm $3,000 - $6,000

137

Stanley Palmer

On South Terrace, Karamea, New Zealand. Index XVII monotype title inscribed, signed and dated 1994

137

740mm x 1115mm $2,000 - $3,000

A2 ART 71


138

138

140

142

Captain Cook Mural

Lake Manapouri

acrylic and metallic pigments on board

West Cape, Fiorland Coast, New Zealand

(5 panels)

acrylic on board

title inscribed and signed

signed and dated ‘67

signed; title inscribed, signed and dated

910mm x 1370mm

1980mm x 1090mm each

1985 verso

1980 x 5450 mm overall

710mm x 1000mm

$2,500 - $3,600

Provenance: Formerly in the collection

$3,500 - $5,500

143

$15,000 - $20,000

141

Wainui Stream

139

Moorings

John Holmwood

of DB Breweries

Peter Beadle

Ocean Peak and the Harris Saddle, Lake Mckenzie, Routeburn Track, Fiorland acrylic on board signed; title inscribed, signed and dated 1985 verso

Peter Beadle

David Barker

William George Baker

oil on canvas

Jos Kivits

oil on board signed; title inscribed and signed verso,

oil on board

Provenance: certificate of authenticity

signed and dated ‘83

affixed verso

555mm x 740mm

385mm x 490mm

$2,000 - $3,000

$1,500 - $ 3,000

144

Toss Woollaston

745mm x 945mm

Green Hills, Tamaki

$4,000 - $6,000

watercolour signed 250mm x 350mm $1,200 - $1,800

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139

140

141

142

143

144

A2 ART 73


147

148

146

145

145

146

Composition - Foliage and Sun

Composition - Red Landscape

oil on canvas

oil on canvas

signed and dated ‘91

signed and dated ‘91

1070mm x 377mm

1070mm x 377mm

$1,500 - $3,000

$1,500 - $3,000

147

148

Water Billy - Colonial Stillife

Pacific Portrait

oil on board

acrylic on board

signed; title inscribed and signed verso

signed

385mm x 490mm

845mm x 670mm

$3,000 - $5,000

Provenance: The Cordyline Collection

Dean Buchanan

Jos Kivits

Dean Buchanan

Des Robertshaw

Inc. buying collective $1,000 - $2,000

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149

150

152

153

149

151

154

150

151

Ivy/Cherub/Tiki

Abstract

Toki Karaka

acrylic on canvas

acrylic on paper

digital photographic image on lyson fine

Kura Te Waru Rewi

title inscribed, signed and dated 9/2000 550mm x 505mm

Philip Trusttum

signed and dated ‘80 890mm x 725mm

Adrienne Martyn

art paper 510mm x 520mm

$800 - $1,600

$1,000 - $1,800

Provenance: The Cordyline Collection

152

153

$1,500 - $2,500

May

Inter Connection II

154

oilstick on paper

adhesive vinyl on glass

Jan Nigro

signed 615mm x 590mm Provenance: The Cordyline Collection Inc. buying collective $1,000 - $1,500

Jessica Peerless

title inscribed, signed and dated 2005 490mm x 490mm $600 - $1,200

Inc. buying collective

Jessica Peerless

Inter Connection I

adhesive vinyl on glass title inscribed, signed and dated 2005 490mm x 490mm $600 - $1,200

A2 ART 75


155

157

156

155

157

Windswept

Portrait of a Young Girl

oil on board

oil on canvas

Garth Tapper

signed

signed

591mm x 885mm

223mm x 171mm

$3,000 - $4,000

$1,500 - $2.500

156

158

Artist in Thorndon

Illusion Strings

acrylic marouflage on canvas

acrylic on board (6 panels)

Piera McArthur

signed 920mm x 1115mm Provenance: The Cordyline Collection Inc. buying collective $2,000 - $3,000

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Robert Procter

Kirsty Gorman

title inscribed and numbered on each panel verso; title inscribed, signed and dated 2005 on panel 4 verso 1570mm x 700mm (overall, dimensions variable) $3,000 - $5,000

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160

159

162

161

164

163 159

160

161

Trellis

Captured and Described

Portrait

screenprint, 36/75

lithograph

oil on canvas on board

title inscribed, signed and dated 05

title inscribed, signed and dated 2002

signed with artist’s inititials A.I; signed

680mm x 490mm

765mm x 560mm

and dated 1994 verso

$700 - $1,200

From the Museum Circle Portfolio

812mm x 610mm

$600 - $900

$800 - $1,200

163

164

Peter Siddell

162

Franco Anselmi

Two Horses

acrylic media on board

Robert Ellis

Christoffel van der Windt

Annette Isbey

Charlotte Graham

Putahitanga

signed

Stll Life

mixed media, red sealing wax and

485mm x 490mm

oil on board

stainless steel, 1/1

$2,000 - $3,000

signed and dated ‘99

title inscribed, signed and dated 2003 verso

200mm x 220mm

600mm x 600mm

$1,800 - $3,000

Provenance: The Cordyline Collection Inc. buying collective $1,200 - $1,800

A2 ART 77


165

166

167 165

166

Market Scene oil on canvas

The Acqueduct Market, Segovia, Spain

signed

watercolour

360mm x 300mm

title inscribed on label affixed verso

$1,500 - $2,500

560mm x 440mm

Robert Procter

167

168

oil on canvas

Portrait of a Woman Reading

title inscribed and signed

ink on paper

340mm x235mm

signed and dated 27.10.63

$1,600 - $2,400

370mm x 260mm

169

$1,000 - $1,500

170

oil on canvas

Tense - Past, Present, Future

signed

oil on jute canvas

685mm x 590mm

title inscribed, signed

Reference: This work depicts the wife

dated 1999 verso

of Harold Tahana Thomas - World

1185mm x 1180mm

President of Rotary 1959 - 1961

$4,000 - $6,000

$6,000 - $9,000

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Toss Woollaston

Peter McIntyre

May Elizabeth Thomas

169

$2,800 - $3,600

William George Baker

Stream in a Bush (Hakuri Stream)

168

Maud Sherwood

Viky Garden


171

170 171

Jan Nigro

Memories of an Empty Room mixed media signed 400mm x 500mm $1,500 - $2,500

172

Sally Burton

172

Nine Bowls

acrylic on tapa cloth on mounted board signed 1000mm x 1000mm Provenance: The Cordyline Collection Inc. buying collective $2,500 - $3,500

173

Pippa Sanderson

(#10) Whanganui-a-Tara II acrylic on board signed; title inscribed, signed and dated 2002 verso 600mm x 600mm Provenance: The Cordyline Collection Inc. buying collective $1,500 - $2,500

173

A2 ART 79


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177

178 174

179

175

176

Untitled (Viet Cong Soldier)

Family Tree II

Fantail

screenprint, 497/750

bronze, 1/8

acrylic on paper

signed

title inscribed, signed and dated 2004

title inscribed, signed and dated 2007

905mm x 595mm

350mm x 100mm x 100mm

1000mm x 660mm

$1,000 - $1,800

Provenance: The Cordyline Collection

$600 - $900

177

$1,200 - $1,800

179

Le Bistro

178

Memorandum

Shephard Fairey

Mr Brainwash

screenprint, 189/300

Melissa Young

Inc. buying collective

Nicole Lucas

Matt Dowman

Dick Frizzell

screenprint, 36/75

signed

Lasts

565mm x 755mm

lead crystal, attached mesh

490mm x 700mm

$2,000 - $3,500

signed on underside

$400 - $600

60mm x 230mm x 75mm $250 - $300

80

176

title inscribed, signed and dated 2005


180

Christopher Bucklow

Untitled Photgraph (From the Guest Series) perspect mounted photograph, 4/450 500mm x 400mm $1,800 - $2,500

181

Christopher Perkins

Nude Study

pencil and watercolour on paper 485mm x 325mm Provenance: From the collection of Jane Garrett, the artist’s daughter; John Leech Gallery; Cordy’s, May 2008, lot 53

181

180

$800 - $1,400

182

Toss Woollaston

Woman with Cat

ink drawing on paper signed 300mm x 400mm Provenance: The Cordyline Collection Inc. buying collective $2,000 - $3,000

183

Gavin Chilcott

Blue and White Pot

182

183

oil on wallpaper title inscribed, signed and dated 1989 verso 840mm x 840mm $600 - $800

184

Margaret Stoddart

Coastal Study watercolour signed

240mm x 345mm $1,200 - $1,800

184

A2 ART 81


185

186

187

185

187

Train Spotting/Two Shots - One Aim - South Auckland Woman’s Journey to Greatnes

Abstract Composition

acrylic on newspaper (3 panels)

$3,000 - $5,000

Tracey Tawhio

title inscribed and signed verso 565mm x 385mm each $1,500 - $2,500

186

David Jones

Landscape

oil on canvas 1670mm x 1440mm

188

Adele Younghusband

Abstract Design oil on board signed and dated 1964; title inscribed and newspaper clippings affixed verso 420mm x 440mm

signed

$2,000 - $4,000

$1,000 - $1,500

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Wayne Seyb

oil on board 1210mm x 900mm

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193

190

191

194

192 189

191

193

Enamel And Old Pewter

Night Mosaic - Farewell the Canberra

Red Peublo

oil on board

oil on board

oil on board

signed; title inscribed and dated 4/83 on

signed

signed

original artist’s label verso

225mm x 445mm

295mm x 380mm

260mm x 300mm

$400 - $600

$200 - $300

192

194

Superstructures - Night

Night Wharf and Tanker

oil and gouache on board

oil on board

signed

signed

120mm x 325mm

200mm x 280mm

$200 - $400

$200 - $300

MARK CROSS

$1,800 - $2,600

190

Charlton Edgar

River Boat Carnival

oil and goauche on board signed 295mm x 440mm

Charlton Edgar

Charlton Edgar

Charlton Edgar

Charlton Edgar

$400 - $600

A2 ART 83


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Wednesday 22 February

9:00am – 12:00pm (sharp)

BUYER’S PREMIUM A buyer’s premium of 12.5% will be charged on all items in this Fine Jewellery & Watches sale. GST (15%) is payable on the buyer’s premium only. NO DELIVERY OF ITEMS PURCHASED CAN BE GIVEN DURING THE SALE SESSIONS.

ILLUSTRATED LEFT LOT 273, 5.07 CT EMERALD CUT DIAMOND (ENLARGED)

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2.00PM AFFORDABLE AND ESTATE JEWELLERY Lots 1000-1200 A good selection of antique and modern jewellery, diamond rings, heavy gold chains and affordable trinkets; including many items received to late for inclusion in the catalogue. Mostly without reserve. Please ask for an inventory at viewings, or see on-line from 1st day of viewing.

6.00PM FINE JEWELLERY & WATCHES

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ROLEX, A Vintage Stainless Steel Cased Mid Size Oysterdate Precision Wristwatch.

Ref. 6494, S/n 44342. 33mm circular case, plain bezel, cream face with gold batons, sweep second and date window revealing red numerals. Manual mechanical movement. Non factory replacement stainless strap. C. Late 1950’s/Early 60’s.

$1,000 - $1,400

see colour illustration p 89

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Key wound 3/4 plate lever, white face with pale blue ground to Roman numerals. Subsidiary dials for day, month and seconds. Hairline crack to enamel. Movement and face signed John Barrel, Locle and movement numbered 60094.

$650 - $850

Wrist & Pocket watches

Important Conditions of Sale for Watches: Please note: as many of the timepieces are old, or their history is unknown, Webb’s offers no guarantee as to mechanical condition or condition of seals etc. A timepiece described as ‘fine’ or ‘as new’ is an opinion as to appearance only. All watches are sold as viewed. It shall be assumed that all buyers have inspected the lots and that they are happy with them in all respects. Watches cannot be returned on the grounds that repairs or service have been carried out, or parts (including straps or bracelets) have been supplied, by anyone other than the named maker. Notwithstanding the foregoing condition, named wristwatches are sold on the basis that the movement (or movement and case where both would normally have been manufactured by the named maker) were manufactured by the named maker. It is recommended that buyers have watches serviced promptly to ensure that damage does not arise from faulty seals or any other aspect of mechanical condition.

203 BAUME & MERCIER, A Lady’s 18ct Yellow Gold Cased Wristwatch.

Ref. 35118, 523124. Circular 29mm, gold face with polished batons. Manual 17j mechanical movement. Brown lizard strap. Excellent appearance - as new.

$1,000 - $1,200

see colour illustration p 87

204 LONGINES, A Gentleman’s 18ct Rose Gold Cased Automatic “Master Collection” Wristwatch.

Ref. L2.666.8.78.3, movement L693.2. Silver `barley corn’ stippled face with power reserve indicator, date window, sweep second and Arabic numerals. Sapphire crystal lens to front and back with exposed movement. S.n 34124802. Brown leather strap with adjustable deployant clasp. 42mm diameter. With original box. As new appearance.

$4,800 - $5,400

see colour illustration p 87

200 An 18ct Yellow Gold Cased Open Face Pocket Watch.

Keyless lever, white face with Roman numerals and subsidiary seconds. Handset button in the band. Cuvette also 18ct. Movement and Face signed B Petersen & Co Christchurch and numbered 207596. The cuvette engraved with a sentiment dated 1904. Engraved monogram to back cover. $1,600 - $2,200

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SWIZA, A Lady’s Cocktail Watch Set With Diamonds.

The tapered mesh bracelet of herringbone links in 18ct white gold has, at mid section, a small watch. The bezel set with a line of 16 round modern brilliant cut diamonds of TDW around 0.60ct. Manual mechanical 17j movement, silver face with polished batons. 49.3g.

$1,500 - $2,000

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206 EUROPEAN COMPANY WATCH, A Gentleman’s Titanium Cased `Armada’ Wristwatch.

Massive rectangular case, ref. AM8TT3851 No 41. Black face with Arabic quarters and sweep second. Automatic movement. Black leather strap. As new condition with calf ‘luggage’ style box. E.C.W. is owned by the renowned watch maker Franck Muller.

$1,750 - $2,250

see colour illustration p 89

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Circular outline case, white face with Arabic numerals and sweep second. Handset button in the band. Wire lugs to 9ct sprung bangle strap. Glasgow import marks and sentiment on back dated 1921. $650 - $850

Ref: 4008/16017. Oval case with integrated textured mesh bracelet. Textured white gold face signed Bucherer. The bezel ,appears non-factory, set with a line of 16 round modern brilliant cut diamonds of TDW around 2.0ct. Manual mechanical movement, the crown set with a black onyx cabochon.

$3,000 - $4,000

see colour illustration p 89

Keyless cylinder, white face with Roman numerals. The case richly engraved to a vacant cartouche on the front cover and floral motifs on the back.

$650 - $850

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$3,500 - $4,500

see colour illustration p 87

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Ref. 6509 S/n 284371, 24mm circular case with fluted bezel. Gold face with polished batons and subsidiary seconds. Brown lizard strap. Back engraved with monogram and date 1963.

JAEGER-LE COULTRE, A Gentleman’s Stainless Steel Cased Military Style Wristwatch.

Movement 373083, Cal P478, Case 316176. Manual mechanical black face with luminous Roman numerals and hands, sweep second. Original JL stainless strap. 33.5mm.

$1,000 - $1,400

see colour illustration p 89

An 18ct Yellow Gold Cased Open Face Pocket Watch.

Keyless lever, 3/4 plate, unsigned but French engraving to base metal cuvette. White face with Arabic outer black, and 24hr inner numerals in blue on cream, subsidiary seconds. Handset button in band. Plated bow.

$850 - $1,450

see colour illustration p 87

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Hamilton, A Gentleman’s Platinum Cased Open Face Pocket Watch.

Keyless 17j lever, movement ref: 916 S/N 3114952, platinum case No 100651. Art Deco design, silver face with Arabic numerals and subsidiary seconds. Bow of geometric design, case back with monogram in relief. Diameter 44mm.

$1,850 - $2,250

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CARTIER, A Gentleman’s Santos 100 Gold and Stainless Automatic Oversize Wristwatch.

38.5mm square outline (42.5 at shielded crown) in stainless steel with yellow gold bezel. White face with Roman numerals. Blue endstone to crown, green patent crocodile strap with deployant clasp. Water resist 100m. With original box and papers dated September 2005. Excellent appearance.

$3,800 - $4,800

see colour illustration p 89

209 ROLEX, A Lady’s Vintage 18ct Yellow Gold Cased Oyster Perpetual Wristwatch.

A Lady’s 14ct Yellow Gold Hunting Cased Fob Watch.

An 18ct Yellow Gold Cased Vintage Wristwatch.

208 BUCHERER, A Lady’s All 18ct White Gold Wristwatch Set With Diamonds.

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OMEGA, A Lady’s Vintage 14ct Yellow Gold Cased Wristwatch.

Appears to be an early factory fob to wristwatch conversion as the crown is at 3 o’clock with dial orientation to movement defined by subsidiary seconds at 6 o’clock. The circular case richly decorated with engraved floral and foliate motifs. White face with Roman numerals. Wire lugs to (later) flat curb mesh bracelet of 9ct yellow gold. Movement numbered 4236014 (C.1913?). Base metal cuvette. 64.2g. Minor fault to bezel (small crack). With (later) box.

$2,400 - $2,800

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UNIVERSAL GENƒVE, A Gentleman’s Automatic World Time Wristwatch.

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Ref. 873.435, No 4120807. Circular stainless steel case, black face with Arabic numerals, sweep second, date window and 24hr hand. Rotating outer bezel with world cities. Black leather strap. With original box and guarantee dated 6/12/1996.

$1,250 - $1,500

Marquise outline case to marquise lugs and integrated box link bracelet, 14ct white gold, all set with round and baguette cut diamonds to suit the design. Manual mechanical movement, white face with polished indexes, signed HAMILTON. Replacement crown but otherwise in virtually brand-new condition.

see colour illustration p 89

$2,000 - $2,500

see colour illustration p 89

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Ref: 18238 S/N A572518 1999. White face with raised Roman numerals, sweep second, day and date window. President bracelet. With original tag and guarantee. Excellent appearance.

$13,500 - $15,500

see colour illustration p 87

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JAEGER-LE COULTRE, A Gentleman’s Rare Rolled Gold Cased Memovox Alarm `Bumper’ Automatic Wristwatch.

Stamped K814 but with 815 oscillating weight bumper winding mechanism. S/n 1528850, Case 844577. 36mm circular case with swivel lugs. Silver face with polished batons, sweep second and “mystery” style alarm indicator. Two crowns, one for normal timepiece operation, the other to wind and set alarm. Black leather strap. Good appearance commensurate with age. C.1950’s.

$1,000 - $1,250

see colour illustration p 87

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ROLEX, A Gentleman’s all 18ct Yellow Gold Oyster Perpetual Day/Date Wristwatch.

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A Lady’s Vintage Wristwatch Set With Diamonds.

CARTIER, A Lady’s Tank Française All 18ct Yellow Gold and Diamond Wristwatch.

Reference 2385, MG288221. 18ct yellow gold case and strap, the case bordered by round modern brilliant cut diamonds, the crown set with a further diamond. White face with Roman numerals. Quartz movement. Excellent appearance with little surface wear. With original box.

$10,000 - $12,000

see colour illustration p 87

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PANERAI LUMINOR, A Gentleman’s Stainless Steel Cased Automatic Wristwatch.

PAM 112, S/N PB0562252. (OP 6726, J0459/2500). 44mm circular case (50mm at protected crown). Manual mechanical movement. Black face with luminous quarters and batons. Black leather strap. As new with box, papers and guarantee dated 17/09/2007.

$5,500 - $6,500

see colour illustration p 89

IMPORTANT NOTES FOR JEWELLERY BUYERS CONCORD, A Lady’s La Tour All 14ct white gold Wristwatch Set With Diamonds.

Ref: 66.25.648. No 0391074. Tank style case bordered by rows of small brilliant cut diamonds. Motherof-pearl face with Roman quarters and diamond indexes. Quartz movement. Gatelink bracelet with deployant clasp. Brand new old stock.

$3,250 - $4,250

see colour illustration p 89

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GEORG JENSEN, A Bedside Travelling Clock.

Sterling silver and gilt, white face with polished batons and alarm indicator hand. Quartz movement. Signed and numbered 718. A hinged ring provides stand support. As new with protective seal to back in place. With drawstring pouch.

$500 - $600

Independent Gemmological Reports and Valuations: Valuations are made available to customers for two primary purposes: Firstly to provide an independent opinion as to the quality of the stones and metals comprising the piece, and Secondly so that buyers can, if they wish, obtain suitable Insurance cover immediately upon purchase and prior to delivery. A valuation for insurance purposes represents a calculated replacement cost allowing for maximum retail margins, such that an Insurer can assess the outer limit of their exposure to risk. It does not represent actual new retail replacement as it makes no provision for competitive trade practice, or for discounts obtained by individual bargaining. As fashion, desirability and current market forces all have variable impact on second hand or Auction value, there is no direct formula for estimation of such value by interpolation from Insurable value. As the currency exchange rate and spot metal prices have a


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marked effect on jewellery valuations, buyers should note the date and prevailing economic factors at the time that the valuation was produced. Once all of the prevailing parameters have been established, it is possible for an experienced person to interpolate a rough estimate of the current cost of manufacture from past insurable value, but again that exercise will give no indication of actual market forces. Buyers should also note the stated purpose of the valuation (insurance, retail market, cash value, estate division etc). All valuations remain opinions and not matters of fact. Whilst Webb’s staff will assist buyers to understand the methodology and technical details of Gemmological reports and valuations, buyers must make their own assessment of an item’s value before bidding. Webb’s its consultants and employees make no representation or warranty regarding any outside opinion, valuation or certificate of any item on offer. Please note: where gemological reports are available these should be read together with the catalogue description. Should there be, through error, omission or introduction of better evidence, any significant difference between the catalogued description and that provided in the gemologist’s report, it shall be assumed that the buyer has inspected the report and is buying in acceptance of it. Unless otherwise stated, all stones have been assessed for weight, colour or clarity mounted and the descriptions given in the catalogue or report are therefore based on estimates which are limited in accuracy. Where an actual weight is given the stone will have been weighed loose, however while the grading of a stone loose will minimise error margins it shall be accepted by the buyer that all reports and descriptions remain opinions and not matters of fact.

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Mere Shaped 42 x 15mm framed and capped 15ct yellow gold, set with a richly veined piece of polished goldbearing quartz.10.3g. The panel having a crack at the top.

$450 - $650

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Six Q.E.II sovereigns in circular free-mounts of 9ct yellow gold joined by oval links, with a heart shaped padlock clasp. 59.4g.

$2,500 - $3,500

see colour illustration p 91

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A Sovereign Bracelet.

The top set with a circular dimpled polished cornelian cabochon. Finnish marks for 1896.

$400 - $500

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The coin dated 1967 in a free-mount of 9ct yellow gold.

$450 - $500

Alexander Petrie Buick. A Brooch Set With Gold-Bearing Quartz.

Double bar design with applied fern motifs about a 36 x 20mm diamond shaped piece of polished gold-bearing quartz. 9ct Mark A.P.B. 13.4g

$450 - $650

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A Muff Chain of 18ct Yellow Gold.

Miniature curb links to a single clip. 1598mm, 23.2g.

$850 - $1,250

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A South Seas Pearl and Diamond Pendant on a Chain of Platinum and 18ct Gold.

The oval 12 x 15mm baroque cultured white South Seas pearl set with a band of round modern brilliant cut diamonds below a cupola and bale set with an old cut diamond of around 0.55ct, all in 18ct yellow gold, is suspended by a cable link chain of alternating seven link sections of platinum or 14/15ct rose gold. Gemologist’s report available.

$2,000 - $2,500

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A 19thC Period Brooch of 18ct Yellow Gold Set With Almandine Garnets.

Oval outline with raised openwork repoussé floral motifs set with two circular cut almandine garnets and suspending an articulated pendeloque drop. Finnish marks for 1874, Helsinki. 9.4g.

$450 - $650

A Fob Pendant Set With A Q.E.II Sovereign.

A Thimble of 18ct Yellow Gold.

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A Fob Pendant Set With Gold-Bearing Quartz.


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18ct yellow gold foliate stem to a flowerhead of five hinged petals decorated with apricot enamel guilloche opening from a central cluster of 8 emerald tipped stamens en-tremblant. Stamped `Made in France’.

$1,500 - $2,000

see colour illustration p 99

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A Pair of Pearl and Diamond Cluster Earrings.

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A Necklace of Black South Seas Cultured Pearls.

Round/semi-round 16-12mm graduated from the centre to an 18ct yellow gold ovoid clasp scatter set with diamonds. The pearls are of good blend with attractive overtones of bronze, green and rose. Moderate blemishes with some rings. 460mm. Gemologist’s report available.

$3,750 - $4,750

see colour illustration p 99

238A A Belle Èpoque Period Diamond Brooch.

Circular outline in 18ct white gold, each centred by a 9.5mm white cultured pearl bordered by 12 round modern brilliant cut diamonds of good quality (F/G, VS2). TDW approximately 2.88ct. Gemologist’s report available.

Open elongated marquise outline in platinum with foliate motifs about a central bar to a circular mid-section, set with old mine and single cut diamonds. The pin of yellow gold. With original fitted box. Gemologist’s report available.

$4,000 - $5,000

$2,750 - $3,750

see colour illustration p 91

see colour illustration p 91

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An Edwardian Bar Brooch Set With A Sapphire and Diamonds.

18ct yellow gold/silver doublet knife edge bar to an elongated marquise mid section of 5 ajouré_circlets, the central one set with a round cut blue sapphire, the other four with old mine cut diamonds, the border set with senaille cut accent diamonds.

$300 - $400

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TIFFANY & CO, An `Atlas’ Ring in 18ct Yellow Gold.

The gold band with Roman numerals (I-XII) in relief around the circumference. Signed Tiffany & Co. 9.3g. With original box.

Designed as a Bee in flight. 4.8g. $300 - $500 A Gold Necklace Enhanced with Diamonds.

Three rows of 18ct yellow gold articulated bar links, caught either side of the festoon midsection by two wrap-over sections of platinum set with 30 round modern brilliant cut diamonds of good quality (F/G, VS2-SI1) and estimated TDW 1.52ct. 84.6g. Gemologist’s report available.

$4,000 - $6,000

see colour illustration p 99

A Necklace of Rubies and Diamonds.

Designed as a line of scroll shaped bars of 18ct white gold each set with 5 round modern brilliant cut diamonds and articulated by joining links set with two diamonds. The mid-section enhanced with 6 oval cut rubies set at even intervals about a central ruby and diamond cluster suspending a ruby and diamond drop. Gemologist’s report available.

$3,000 - $4,000

see colour illustration p 95

240 A Pair of Diamond Earstuds.

Heart outline in 18ct white finished gold, each centred by a heart shaped diamond of approximately 0.35ct above a border of small round modern brilliant cut diamonds. TDW stated 0.84ct, quality assessed as all G/H; centre SI2, surround I1. Gemologist’s report available.

$2,000 - $2,500

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A Bee Motif Brooch.

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An Exquisite French Flower Motif Brooch Decorated With Enamel.

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An Estate Ring Set With A Solitaire Diamond of Approximately 0.63ct.

The early modern brilliant cut diamond assessed as G/H, SI2, Good make for the period, is set in platinum with six small shoulder diamonds. Gemologist’s report available.

$1,000 - $2,000


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A Three Stone Diamond Ring.

The low profile 3 leaf pattern band of 18ct yellow gold set with 3 round modern brilliant cut diamonds assessed as 0.42ct F/G, VS+ at the centre with sides approximately 0.30ct each F/G SI2/I1. TDW approximately 1.02ct. Gemologist’s report available.

$2,000 - $3,000

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An Aquamarine and Diamond Ring.

The emerald-cut aquamarine of rich colour and estimated weight 5.2ct is set in a ring of platinum with four channel set baguette shoulder diamonds. Gemologist’s report available.

$3,500 - $5,500

see colour illustration p 99

244 A Bracelet Set With Rubellites and Diamonds.

$6,250 - $7,250

see colour illustration p 95

An Impressive Dress Ring Set With Rubellites and Diamonds.

18ct white finished gold split shank to a cushion outline bezel all pavé set with round modern brilliant cut diamonds, centred by a mixed cushion cut pink tourmaline (rubellite) of approximately 4.10 ct. the shoulders each set with a pear shaped rubellite of matching colour. TDW approximately 1.44ct of good quality. Gemologist’s report available.

$3,500 - $4,000

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The articulated line of 12 oval links each set with an oval cut rubellite (pink tourmaline) within a border of round modern brilliant cut diamonds, separated by circular links each set with a cluster of 7 further diamonds. Gemologist’s report available.

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A Heavy Bangle of 18ct Yellow Gold Set With Diamonds.

Free-form design in solid yellow gold shot set with 22 round modern brilliant cut diamonds at random intervals around the circumference. TDW around 4ct. 67.8g. Maker’s mark for Partridge Jewellers. Gemologist’s report available.

$9,500 - $10,500

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A Pair of Creole Earrings Channel Set With Diamonds.

Hinged design in 18ct yellow gold, each set with 5 round modern brilliant cut diamonds of approximately 0.16ct. The diamonds, 1.62ct for the pair assessed as H/J, SI1/2. Gemologist’s report available.

$1,700 - $2,200

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248 A Ring Set With A Solitaire Oval Cut Diamond of Approximately 0.63ct.

The diamond assessed as G/H, SI2, V.G. make is set in 18ct white and yellow gold. Gemologist’s report available.

$2,000 - $2,500

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A Ring Set With A Green Tourmaline.

The emerald-cut tourmaline of rich colour is set in a signet style dress ring of 18ct yellow gold. 12.2g.

$750 - $1,000

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A Triple Cluster Bridge Ring Set With Yellow Sapphires and Diamonds.

The head of the ring designed as three intersecting circlets of graduated size centred by the largest. Each rub-over set with a round cut yellow sapphire within a border of round modern brilliant cut diamonds. Gemologist’s report available.

$1,200 - $1,500

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A Red Tourmaline (Rubellite) and Diamond Pendant.

The cushion outline tourmaline cabochon of 14.28ct is set in 18ct white finished gold within an undulating twin row border of round modern brilliant cut diamonds. The bale of circlet motif set with further diamonds. TDW 1.79ct. Gemologist’s report available.

$2,750 - $3,750

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An Elegant Mesh Bracelet Set With Diamonds.

18mm wide articulated mesh links of 18ct white finished gold encrusted with some 369 round modern brilliant cut diamonds having a reported TDW 9.17ct. A particularly appealing piece with an unusually soft and sinuous texture. Gemologist’s report available.

$10,000 - $12,000

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A Splendid and Unusual Emerald and Diamond Earclips/Brooch.

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An Impressive Green Sapphire and Diamond Pendant.

Mirror image scroll design in 15ct yellow gold/silver doublet set with emeralds of mixed cuts and early cut round diamonds. The detachable earclips demount from a filigree base which is set with a cabochon emerald that forms part of the brooch design. The diamonds, some 80 in all have an estimated TDW 2.50ct. Gemologist’s report available.

The oval mixed cut sapphire of approximately 7.50ct is set in 21ct yellow gold within a border of round modern brilliant cut diamonds to a surmount of two marquise cut diamonds. The bale set with a further 3 diamonds. TDW approximately 1.00ct. Suspended by an 18ct yellow gold neck chain. Gemologist’s report available.

$4,000 - $5,000

$6,000 - $7,000

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A Ring Set With A Good Emerald-Cut Diamond of Approximately 1.88ct.

The diamond assessed as G, VS2 is set in a stepped bridge of Art Deco influenced design in platinum with four baguette cut shoulder diamonds. TDW approximately 2.16ct. Gemologist’s report available.

$13,500 - $16,500

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The emerald-cut emerald of very good colour is set in a ring of 18ct white finished gold within a border of baguette cut diamonds, the corners each set with a round modern brilliant cut diamond, the split shank shoulders enhanced with further brilliants. Gemologist’s report available. $30,000 - $35,000

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An Emerald and Diamond Pendant.

The emerald-cut emerald of good colour and reported weight 4.44ct is set within a two tier octagonal frame of 18ct white finished gold set with two rows of round modern brilliant cut diamonds of stated TDW 0.61ct. Suspended by a trace chain of 18ct white gold. Gemologist’s report available.

$4,000 - $5,000

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The band of 18ct white and yellow gold pavé set with some 152 round modern brilliant cut diamonds in a cross-over pattern. TDW stated to be 0.67ct. Gemologist’s report available.

$1,400 - $1,800

260 A Ring Set With A Solitaire Diamond of 1.05ct.

The round modern brilliant cut diamond described in HRD report 20034849403 as F, SI2, very good make is rub-over set in a stylishly simple ring of 18ct white gold. Gemologist’s report available.

$6,750 - $7,750

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A Diamond Cluster Ring Centred By a Cushion Cut Diamond of Approximately 1.15ct

The central diamond assessed as I-K, VS is Set in 18ct white finished gold, the border and shoulders set with round modern brilliant cut diamonds. TDW approximately 1.51ct. Gemologist’s report available.

$5,000 - $6,000

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A Splendid Line Bracelet Set With Fancy Coloured and White Diamonds.

The line of 24 round articulated 18ct white gold links each set with a round modern brilliant cut diamond of around 0.50ct (reported TDW 11.3ct) ranging in colour from white and pale green/yellow to champagne and rich cognac; in rub-overs bordered by round modern brilliant cut white diamonds (D/H, VVS-I1) with a total reported weight of 2.07ct. Gemologist’s report available.

$13,500 - $16,500

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An Attractive Ring Centred By An Emerald-Cut Diamond of 1.51ct.

The diamond described in G.I.A. report 2116824684 as F, SI2, Very Good Make and excellent finish is set in a hand-made mount of platinum within an octagonal border of round modern brilliant cut diamonds with further diamonds in a line at each shoulder. TDW (stated) 1.97ct. Gemologist’s report available.

A Dress Ring Pavé Set With Diamonds.

An Impressive Ring Set With An Emerald of 9.57ct.

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A Pair of Hoop Earrings Set With Emeralds and Diamonds.

14ct white gold, the inner and outer leading edges set with rows of round cut emeralds and round modern brilliant cut diamonds in an alternating sequence. Gemologist’s report available.

The articulated convex mesh of 18ct white gold box links each set with a Princess cut diamond of good quality. The diamonds, 190 in all having a stated TDW 23.32ct (average 0.12 - 0.13ct). Partridge Jewellers Certificate.

$2,250 - $3,250

$22,500 - $25,000

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A Bangle Set With Diamonds.

Hinged design comprising a row of circlet motifs with cupped backs in 18ct white finished gold. The upper section of 9 circlets each having a border of round modern brilliant cut diamonds enclosing a panel of 7 further diamonds. TDW 2.68ct (stamped).

$3,500 - $4,500

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A Good Three Stone Diamond Ring of Approximately 2.69ct Total.

The round modern brilliant cut diamonds centred by the largest stone in a traditional bridge of 18ct white and yellow gold. The diamonds assessed as 1.17ct, H, VS2 and two = 1.52ct H/I VS2; all of Very Good Make. Gemologist’s report available.

$18,000 - $22,000

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A Ring Pavé Set With Diamonds.

Designed for use as a dress ring or wedding band in 18ct white gold, the mid section pavé set with 34 round modern brilliant cut diamonds of TDW 0.68ct. Gemologist’s report available.

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The diamond of stated weight 1.21ct and quality F/G, SI1/2, V.G. make is set in a split shank ring of 18ct white gold, the shoulders enhanced with lines of small round modern brilliant cut diamonds. TDW 1.53ct. Gemologist’s report available.

A Magnificent Solitaire Princess Cut Diamond of 5.14ct.

The diamond described in G.I.A. report 17237000 as G, SI1, excellent make is set in a ring of 18ct white gold, the wide shoulders pavé set with 64 round modern brilliant cut diamonds of estimated total weight 1.00 ct. Gemologist’s report available.

$110,000 - $130,000

see colour illustration p 93

$750 - $850

266 A Ring Set With A Solitaire Marquise Cut Diamond of 1.21ct.

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A Splendid Pair of Diamond Drop Earrings.

Each set with a heart shaped brilliant cut diamond of 2ct within a border of small round brilliant diamonds as an articulated drop suspended by a link set with a pink diamond to a stud set with a pendeloque cut fancy yellow diamond of around 0.56ct within a border of white diamonds. 18ct yellow, rose and white golds to suit the principal stones. TDW 5.92ct. Gemologist’s report available.

$5,000 - $7,000 A Ring Set With A Solitaire Diamond Of Approximately 1ct.

The round modern brilliant cut diamond rub-over set with a white gold chenier in a heavy ring of 18ct yellow gold. 14.8g. Gemologist’s report available.

$28,000 - $34,000

$4,750 - $6,750

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The round modern brilliant cut diamond assessed as I, VS2 is set as a finial to a free swinging bar captured in an Omega frame of 14ct yellow gold, suspended by a 14ct yellow gold rope link chain. Gemologist’s report available.

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Described in HRD Certificate 973027001 as rare white (G), clarity VS2, Very Good Make. The diamond is being sold loose, providing the opportunity for the buyer to have it set exactly to their own taste. Diamonds of this size and quality only rarely appear on the market; that coupled with a world-wide demand that exceeds supply will make this diamond attractive both to investors seeking a diverse and secure investment and to those seeking a very significant romantic gesture or life’s journey milestone marker. Gemologist’s report available.

$125,000 - $150,000

see colour illustration p 84

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A Magnificent Ring Set With A Solitaire Diamond of 4.16ct.

The round modern brilliant cut diamond described in HRD Certificate 06030098002 as H, SI1, Very Good make is rub-over set in a substantial ring of 18ct rose and white gold with two round modern brilliant cut shoulder diamonds. TDW approximately 5.04ct. Gemologist’s report available.

$75,000 - $95,000

see colour illustration p 93

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An Exceptional Multi-Gemstone Bracelet.

`Tutti Frutti’ design by renowned New Zealand jeweller `Carats’, a unique piece titled “Carbonated”. Handmade to a high level of precision from 18ct white and yellow gold to form an articulated line of circlets and “bubbles” set with a wide variety of precious stones of intense colour together with fine white diamonds. A comprehensive Gemologist’s report is available giving details of each stone. A truly spectacular piece of International standard.

$35,000 - $45,000

see colour illustration p 93

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An Important Emerald Cut Diamond of 5.07ct.

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The round modern brilliant cut diamond assessed as H, SI2 is set in a simple 6 claw mount of platinum. Gemologist’s report available.

$19,500 - $25,500

see colour illustration p 93

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The cushion cut vibrant blue sapphire of very good colour and actual weight 4.09ct is set in a substantial ring of platinum within a border of round modern brilliant cut diamonds, the split shank and under-rail set with further diamonds. TDW approximately 0.92ct of very good quality. Gemologist’s report available.

$16,000 - $20,000

see colour illustration p 93

A Ring Set With A Fine White Princess Cut Diamond of 2.02ct.

The diamond assessed as E, SI2 is set in a modern 4-claw mount of platinum. Gemologist’s report available.

$17,500 - $20,000

see colour illustration p 93

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A Two Row Diamond `Tennis’ Style Line Bracelet.

Articulated 18ct white gold oblique links, each set with a pair of round modern brilliant cut diamonds, 160 in all, with an estimated TDW 3.20ct and quality F/G, VS, VG make. Gemologist’s report available.

$3,250 - $4,250

see colour illustration p 95

280 A Ring Set With Three `Tycoon’ Cut Diamonds.

The bridge of 18ct white gold centred by the largest diamond, described in G.I.A. report 11767644 as 0.78ct H, VS1, Good Make, with a smaller diamond of approximately 0.50ct of similar quality (G/I, VS) on either side. TDW approximately 2.78ct. Gemologist’s report available.

$7,800 - $8,800

see colour illustration p 91

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A Ring Set With An Emerald - Cut Diamond of Approximately 1.25ct.

The diamond assessed as H, VVS2, Good make is set in 18ct white and yellow gold with two tapered baguette cut shoulder diamonds. Gemologist’s report available.

$6,000 - $7,000

An Attractive Sapphire and Diamond Cluster Ring.

A Ring Set With A Solitaire Diamond of 2.21ct.


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A Striking Bracelet Set With Pink and White Diamonds.

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A Ring Set With a D/E Colour EmeraldCut Diamond of 1.01ct.

The line of 17 quatrefoil links of 18ct rose gold each bordered by small white round modern brilliant cut diamonds enclosing 5 round modern brilliant cut pink diamonds. Total pink 6.53ct, white 3.07ct: TDW 9.60ct. Gemologist’s report available.

The diamond assessed as good symmetry, I1 clarity is set in a ring of platinum within a border of round modern brilliant cut diamonds, with further diamonds in a row at each shoulder and to the under-gallery. Gemologist’s report available.

$11,000 - $13,000

$6,250 - $7,250

see colour illustration p 91

see colour illustration p 91

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A Pair of Earrings Set With Pink and White Diamonds.

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A Ring Set with a Princess Cut Diamond of 1.07ct.

Chunky cushion outline in 18ct pink gold set with wavy lines of round modern brilliant cut white diamonds together with pink diamonds at intervals between the lines. TDW pink 3.72ct, white 1.93ct for a total of 5.65ct. Gemologist’s report available.

The elegant handmade band of 18ct white gold set with the Princess cut diamond, assessed as 1.072ct, G, SI1/SI2, V.G make, together with four flush set baguette cut shoulder diamonds. Gemologist’s report available upon request.

$5,750 - $6,750

$5,000 - $6,000

see colour illustration p 91

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A Bangle Pavé Set With 7.6ct of Diamonds.

Slightly tapered (13.2 - 9.3mm) hinged design in 18ct white finished gold, the upper section pavé set with some 259 round modern brilliant cut diamonds having a TDW 7.62ct of very good quality. Gemologist’s report available.

$9,800 - $11,800

see colour illustration p 95

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CARRERA Y CARRERA, An 18ct Yellow Gold Frog Motif Bracelet.

Designed as a line of 14 articulated interlocking frog motif links, the clasp concealed in a 15th link of similar design. Signed CC for Carrera y Carrera, numbered 184752 and also bearing an unidentified mark of an M superimposed with a C over a smaller D (? Manuel Carrera Design). 24.57g. Gemologist’s report available. Note: European trademark records show that Carrera y Carrera have claimed the mark MCD.

$1750 - $2250

see colour illustration p 99

288 An Amethyst and Pearl Brooch.

The oval cut amethyst is set in a frame of 9ct yellow gold within an oval border of seed pearls.

$350 - $450

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A Bracelet Set With Sapphires and Diamonds.

Designed as a line of 9 figure-of-eight links, each set with rows of round modern brilliant cut diamonds, joined by articulated arced links each channel set with four square cut blue sapphires. 18ct white gold. TDW around 5ct. Gemologist’s report available.

$2,750 - $4,250

see colour illustration p 95

290 A Ruby and Diamond Oval Cluster Ring.

The oval cut ruby of 3.88ct, with certificate indicating that it has not been heat-treated, is set in a ring of 18ct yellow gold within a border of 12 good quality round modern brilliant cut diamonds of approximate TDW 1.00ct. Gemologist’s report available.

$15,500 - $17,500

see colour illustration p 93

291

An Art Deco Period Bow Brooch Set with Diamonds and Sapphires.

The elegant ribbon bow of platinum enhanced with ajourée set with old cut diamonds and lines of French cut blue sapphires to suit the design.

$4,000 - $5,000

see colour illustration p 95

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A Ruby, Sapphire and Diamond Convertible Flip Ring.

Pendeloque outline in 18ct yellow gold and platinum centred by a pear shaped cabochon emerald of rich colour and estimated weight 4.07ct, with one diamond above and three in a line below. Suspended by a neck chain of 18ct yellow gold belcher links. Gemologist’s report available.

The central band of 18ct yellow gold fully channel set, one half with square cut blue sapphires and the other with square cut rubies. Hinged half hoops on either side set with round modern brilliant cut diamonds allow conversion from one combination to another. Gemologist’s report available.

$3,250 - $4,250

$1,000 - $1,500

see colour illustration p 99

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A Tennis Style Line Bracelet Set With Princess Cut Diamonds.

A Stylish Emerald and Diamond Triple Row Ring.

The broad tapered band of white gold is close channel set with square cut emeralds and Princess cut diamonds in three staggered rows. Gemologist’s report available.

The row of 84 articulated box links of 18ct white finished gold each channel set with a Princess cut diamond. TDW 3.57ct. Gemologist’s report available.

$3,500 - $4,000

$2,000 - $3,000

see colour illustration p 95

see colour illustration p 99

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A Ring Set With Emeralds and Diamonds.

The head of the ring designed as a scalloped marquise outline centred by a rub-over set round cut emerald with a similarly set pendeloque cut emerald on either side, all above a border of round modern brilliant cut diamond. TEW approximately 0.90ct. TDW approximately 0.33ct. Gemologist’s report available. $1,200 - $1,500 A Pair of Earrings Set With Diamonds.

Hinged oval hoop design, each front panel channel set with a central line of diamonds slightly raised above a pavé diamond ground. TDW approximately 1.31ct, 18ct white finished gold. Gemologist’s report available. $2,000 - $2,500

The oval cut ruby of good colour is set in platinum within a border of 12 old mine-cut diamonds.

$1,500 - $1,800

see colour illustration p 91

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A Bangle of Beaten Yellow Gold.

Hinged design in 14ct yellow gold having a beaten gold mid-section within rails of polished tubular gold. Signed CETAS. 36.6g.

$1,200 - $1,500

see colour illustration p 99

302 A Stylish Pair of Fancy Yellow and White Diamond Drop Earrings.

The heavy signet style mount of platinum centred by a round blue/grey sapphire cabochon showing good asterism, the shoulders set with 4 marquise cut accent diamonds. 23.6g.

$2,500 - $3,000

$1,000 - $1,500

see colour illustration p 99

Each designed as a cushion outline stud set with fancy yellow diamonds, to an articulated bar set with a baguette and two brilliant white diamonds, suspending an articulated pear shaped drop set with fancy yellow and white diamonds. Gemologist’s report available.

A Star Sapphire and Diamond Dress Ring.

300 A Dainty Ruby and Diamond Cluster Ring.

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A Pendant Set With A Cabochon Emerald and Diamonds.

An Unusual Ring of Rotating Panels Set With Diamonds.

Three tiered design in 14ct yellow gold. At the apex a fixed 7 diamond flowerhead cluster below which are two open rings, the upper smaller than the lower. Each ring has an eccentric pivot allowing them to spin in a planetary fashion, each set with a continuous line of diamonds. The diamonds all round modern brilliant cut. Gemologist’s report available. $1,500 - $2,000

303 A Multistone Ring of Retro Design.

The heavy ring of 18ct rose gold set with a variety of gemstones of various shapes in a semi-geometric arrangement. Milk opal, amethyst, blue sapphire and diamond. 18.4g. Gemologist’s report available.

$1,250 - $1,750


304 A Triple Band Dress Ring.

Two bands of 18ct white gold set with lines of round modern brilliant cut diamonds, either side of a central yellow gold band all bridged by a rectangular panel set with diamonds. The diamonds, 24 in all have an estimated TDW 0.72ct of very good quality. 13.4g. Gemologist’s report available.

$1,500 - $2,000

305 A Ruby and Diamond Cluster Ring.

The oval cut ruby set in a ring of 18ct yellow gold within a border of 12 round modern brilliant cut diamonds. Gemologist’s report available.

$1,000 - $1,400

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INVITATION TO CONSIGN

FINE JEWELLERY & WATCHES A HARLEQUIN SALE

| WED MAY 2, 2012

Jewellery consultant, Christopher Devereaux, will be overseas in March during which time he will attend 'Basel 2012' in Switzerland, the world's largest jewellery fair. There will be no sales of jewellery held in March or April. During Christopher's absence you are invited to leave items to be appraised under receipt at Webb's. Upon his return, just after Easter, he will contact you to discuss his opinion, at which time you can decide whether you would like to submit the items into the May sale. There is no charge for the appraisal and it is without obligation. As entries will close shortly after his return, leaving your items under receipt is advised to assure entry into the sale. Harlequin sales are held once a year, and as the name suggests offer a wide variety of jewellery in every price range. The illustrated catalogues are provided free at viewings and the sales have proved to be very popular. The last auction of this type, held in April 2011, produced a New Zealand record price for a solitaire diamond at auction, $228,750 (incl premium), a record that still stands.

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ANTIQUES & MODERN DESIGN THURS 23 FEBRUARY 6:00PM

This sale will be preceded by an uncatalogued Collectables sale at 4:00pm, fully illustrated online at webbs.co.nz.

Evening Preview Thu 16 February

5:30pm - 8:00pm Viewing

PLEASE NOTE

ALL LOTS ILLUSTRATED ONLINE AT WEBBS.CO.NZ Please register absentee and phone bids by 12:00pm on Thursday 23 February.

LOT 668 LOUIS POULSEN PANTHELLA TABLE LAMP $650 - $900

Thu 16 February

9:00am - 8:00pm

Fri 17 February

9:00am – 5:30pm

Sat 18 February

11:00am – 3:00pm

Sun 19 February

11:00am – 3:00pm

Mon 20 February

9:00am – 5:30pm

Tue 21 February

9:00am – 5:30pm

Wed 22 February

9:00am – 5:30pm

Thu 23 February

9:00am – 12:00pm

BUYER’S PREMIUM A buyer’s premium of 15% will be charged on all items in this Antiques and Modern Design sale. GST (15%) is payable on the buyer’s premium only.

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MISCELLANY 400 A Victorian Officer’s Dress Sword brass hilt with ‘VR’ emblem, shagreen handle and metal scabbard. Maker Pearse & Co. London. Acid engraved blade with inscription ‘Surgeon Griffiths, 13.6.94’ Corrosion to scabbard. L1020 $350 - $550 401 A World War Two 2nd Model Luftwaffe Dagger with dagger, aluminium mounts, scabbard and halyard. Small chip to the handle and light corrosion to the blade. L435 $500 - $800 402 A Japanese Imperial Naval Officer’s Dagger with brass mounts, shagreen handle, leather and brass scabbard. Age related wear. Circa 1940’s. L410 $400 - $600 403 A Victorian W. R. Pape Double Barrelled Shotgun Not in working order, with condition issues. Circa 1860’s. L1220 $450 - $600 404 A Garden Statue Of Andromeda the semi-clad classical figure chained to a rock. Reconstituted stone, weathered. H1350 $400 - $600 405 An 18th Century Spanish Fan with hand painted parchment court scene. The translucent horn sticks pierced and embellished with gold leaf. W500 $80 - $120 406 An 18th Century French Coin Purse the small beadwork purse with blue flowers and gilt metal slides and finial ends. L200 $80 - $120

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407 A Vintage Cased Mah Jong Set in leather case with bone and bamboo pieces. $150 - $220 408 A Victorian Lustre Vase with facet cut crystal drops around a leaf cut stem. H200 $150 - $250

415 A Suite of Waterford Donegal Crystal Glasses consisting of 12 tall champagne glasses, 6 short champagne, 6 port, 6 sherry, 6 claret, 5 goblet, 11 liqueur and 5 tumblers. $3,000 - $4,000 See illustration page 109

409 A Lalique Perfume Bottle the narrow square body with swallow decoration. ‘R. Lalique - France’ to base. H90 $150 - $250

416 A Lalique Green Ormeaux Vase the round vase in the form of relief leaves, pinched neck and flared lip. Signed to base. R. Lalique, France. Hairline crack to body. H165 D150 $2,000 - $3,500 See illustration page 109

410 A Vintage ‘Sunbeam’ Model Steam Engine and Tender L200 $80 - $120

417 A Large Polychrome Carved Wood Mary Figure distressed. H900 $500 - $700

411 An Early Victorian Mahogany Tea Caddy of plain sarcophagus form. Minor faults. H140 W230 $100 - $200

418 An Antique Reproduction Maximilian Suit of Armour H1900 $6,000 - $10,000 See illustration page 104

412 A Large Victorian Mahogany Tea Caddy of plain sarcophagus form and fitted interior. H220 W390 $200 - $400

419 A Webb & Corbett Winston Churchill Crystal Bust by Eric Griffith. Edition 2/250 in original presentation box. H280 $450 - $600

413 A Modern Spode Dinner Service in green Camilla pattern. Consisting of a twelve place setting, including soup tureens and ashette. $600 - $900

420 A Victorian Variegated Alabaster Mantel Clock with neo-classical detailing. H330 W410 $250 - $450

414 An Art Deco Whitefriars Green Crystal Vase the tall cylindrical vase with concave circle and vertical stripe decoration. H245 $200 - $400

421 A Quality French Brass Figural Mantel Clock the clock features an Elizabethan romantic seated on a rocky outcrop and a rectangular sectioned Rococo decorated base. The clock with white enamel face and roman numerals.Silk suspension works. Circa 1840. H430 W320 D100 $2,000 - $3,000 See illustration page 108


422 A Walnut and Ebonised Wood Wall Clock with ornate pediment and white enamel dial. H1180 W600 D180 $500 - $700 423 A Good Pond Yacht on Stand with full sail, green and black hull. H1080 $300 - $400 424 Assorted New Zealand Rail Badges with tram badges, armplates, conductor, etc. $50 - $100 425 Two New Zealand Rail Workshop Plaques and a ‘man on the line’ disc. $100 - $200 426 A Quantity of New Zealand Rail Buttons $30 - $50 427 Four New Zealand Rail Enamel ‘Smoking’ Signs $80 - $120 428 New Zealand Rail Match Striking Plates twenty one cast bronze plates. L100 $50 - $100 429 Seven New Zealand Rail Forks silver plated with a similar knife. $30 - $50 430 Fifteen New Zealand Rail Numbered Nails L35 $30 - $50 431 Seven New Zealand Rail Timetables and handbooks. Dating from 1925 to 1960. $30 - $50

432 Three New Zealand Rail Conductor Sign Notices all framed and glassed. $100 - $200

441 A Vintage Wood and Metal Pattern Mould H660 L730 $200 - $300

433 A New Zealand Rail Painted Steel Oil Jug together with a funnel. H240 $30 - $50

442 A Vintage Wood Tool Pattern Mould H480 L625 $200 - $300

434 A Large Vintage Plaster Kiwi Figure L300 $80 - $120

443 A Vintage Wood Tool Pattern Mould H510 W330 $100 - $200

435 Three Military Badges crossed cannons and rifles with an anchor badge. $30 - $50

444 A Vintage Wood Tool Pattern Mould H295 L385 $100 - $200

436 A 19th Century British Bayonet of Yataghan shape with leather grip. Maori War period. L710 $120 - $180

445 A Vintage Wood and Metal Pattern Mould H330 L510 $100 - $200

437 Four Mussolini Post Mortem Photographs L120 $100 - $200 438 A Folk Art Maori Carved Walking Stick L920 $100 - $150 439 A Bronze Mercury Figure of classical form standing atop an allegorical wind figure. H330 $200 - $400 440 A Vintage Wood Tool Pattern Mould all the following thirteen lots are double sided patterns and salvaged from Bridgens & Co. 326 New North Rd, Auckland. Varied paint finishes and minor faults. Circa 1950. H660 L740 $200 - $300

446 A Vintage Wood and Metal Pattern Mould H335 L490 $100 - $200 447 A Vintage Wood Tool Pattern Mould H280 L380 $100 - $200 448 A Vintage Wood Tool Pattern Mould H265 L770 $100 - $200 449 A Vintage Wood Tool Pattern Mould H355 L605 $100 - $200 450 A Vintage Wood Tool Pattern Mould H230 L760 $100 - $200

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451 A Vintage Wood and Metal Pattern Mould H330 L510 $100 - $200

461 A Salvaged Wood Trestle Table L1830 W575 $200 - $300

452 A Vintage Wood Tool Pattern Mould H360 L615 $100 - $200

462 A Set of Painted Metal Shelving with six shelves. H1480 W920 D600 $100 - $200

453 A Vintage Wood Tool Pattern Mould H235 L480 $100 - $200

463 Three Pairs of Wood Shoe Lasts $100 - $200

454 A Vintage Tin Pencil Shop Display for Venus pencils. Faults. H760 $150 - $250 455 Three Pairs of Wood Shoe Lasts $100 - $200 456 Four Pairs of Wood & Plastic Shoe Lasts $100 - $200 457 A Cast Iron & Wood Shoe Last ballinghall’. $200 - $300 458 A Chrome Commercial Three Shelf Trolley $150 - $250 459 A Large Industrial Metal Ceiling Lamp $150 - $250 460 A Salvaged Wood Trestle Table L2480 W680 $400 - $600

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464 Three Pairs of Wood Shoe Lasts $100 - $200 465 A Vintage Green Painted Bread Tin $50 - $80 466 A Hand Painted Tintin Figure Stand H1190 $300 - $500 467 A Mounted Deer Skull and Antlers nine points. H1200 W630 $300 - $500 468 A Mounted Deer Skull and Antlers nine points. H1000 W520 $300 - $500 469 A Mounted Deer Skull and Antlers twelve points. H1100 W750 $300 - $500 470 A Mounted Chamois Skull and Horns H330 $150 - $250

471 A John Penman Art Glass Vase two tone blue with millefiori neck. Signed, 1997. H360 $100 - $150

CERAMICS 472 A Pair of Majolica ‘Homer’ Clogs H150 $80 - $120 473 A New Zealand Pottery ‘Homer’ Hotei Figure H110 $100 - $150 474 A New Zealand Pottery ‘Homer’ Horse Head with brown speckled salt glaze. Firing crack. H150 $120 - $180 475 A New Zealand Pottery ‘Homer’ Teapot the naive pottery teapot with salt glaze. Possibly Crum. L220 $120 - $180 476 A Pair of Stoneware Cream Glaze ‘Homer’ Boots impressed mark ‘GS’. H115 $150 - $220 477 A Pair of Stoneware Cream Glaze ‘Homer’ Boots H100 $120 - $180 478 A Large Victorian Salt Glaze Stoneware Boot H165 $150 - $220 479 Two Stoneware Brown Salt Glaze ‘Homer’ Boots H120 $100 - $180


480 Three Stoneware Salt Glaze ‘Homer’ Boots one initialled A.C., another W.F. $200 - $300

489 A Stoneware Tobacco Jar with revelry figures in relief to the body and a pewter and cork stopper. H150 W90 $120 - $180

498 A Len Castle Red Glazed Flared Bowl earthenware, lava red glaze. H135 D400 $1,600 - $2,000

481 A Small Stoneware Salt Lustre Glaze Boot L120 $80 - $120

490 A Temuka Grey Glaze Jug H150 $80 - $120

499 A Len Castle Green Glazed Bowl earthenware with iron spoting. H130 D370 $1,200 - $1,600

482 A Stoneware Brown Salt Glaze Boot L160 $120 - $180 483 Two Victorian Ceramic Boots one cream glaze the other terracotta. $100 - $180 484 An Earthenware Silk Glazed Branch Basket with bark decoration and entwined branch handle. Firing flaw to handle. W170 $100 - $200 485 An Earthenware Salt Glaze Basket with wicker pattern and hoop handle. L130 $100 - $200 486 A Large New Zealand Brown Pottery Teapot minor chips. H210 $120 - $180 487 A Small New Zealand Bread Crock with brown speckled salt glaze. H88 $80 - $120 488 A Yellow Glaze Rampant Lion Figure for Lion Breweries. H170 $100 - $200

491 A Temuka NeeCo Boat Shaped Bowl L300 $100 - $150 492 A Temuka Melon Form Mauve Teapot H170 $100 - $150 493 A Reproduction Stoneware Bellamine Jug salt glaze with relief mask and seal decoration. H190 $100 - $150 494 A Victorian Carder Bros. Foot Warmer the stoneware bottle with stopper and printed advertising. Chips. L270 $150 - $220 495 A Milton Stoneware Lemon Glaze Jar H150 $60 - $80 496 A Large Colonial Teapot with sponge brown glaze pattern. H240 $100 - $150 497 A Len Castle Red Glazed Deep Bowl earthenware, lava red glaze. H130 D280 $1,000 - $1,500

500 A Len Castle Celadon Deep Bowl earthenware, green glaze. H130 D265 $450 - $700 501 A Len Castle Bottle Vase with rust red glaze and three impressed and applied marks, tapered neck. H240 D120 $300 - $500 502 A Len Castle Vase of cylindrical form with incised banding and brown glaze. H245 D140 $300 - $500 503 An Early Crown Lynn Green Vase of round form, slipcast with mottled glaze. H180 W150 $150 - $250 504 A Crown Lynn Ochre Swan Vase L130 $80 - $120 505 A Pair of Crown Lynn Ochre Bulldog Figures L100 $200 - $300 506 A Crown Lynn Mottled Glaze Rabbit Vase L80 $80 - $120

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507 A Crown Lynn Air New Zealand Store Front Bottle Brown and Kerr. Sealed. H95 $80 - $120

516 A Staffordshire ‘Girl and Goat’ Flatback Figure H140 $50 - $80

508 A Crown Lynn Air New Zealand Store Front Bottle J. E. Hill. W95 $80 - $120

517 A Staffordshire ‘Country Girl’ Figure H175 $50 - $80

509 A Crown Lynn Legends Plate L285 $300 - $500

518 A Small Staffordshire Napolean Figure H112 $50 - $80

510 An Arts and Crafts Minton Tile in underglaze blue, ‘The Tempest’ pattern. Chips W150 $100 - $200

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519 A Small Staffordshire ‘Boy Flower Seller’ Figure faults. Together with one other. H115 $100 - $150

511 A Regal Artware Archaic Style Urn W240 $100 - $150

520 A Staffordshire ‘Girl and Goat’ Figure faults. H130 $50 - $80

512 An 18th Century Porcelain Loving Cup the two handled cup with painted and gilt floral spray. Restored and lid missing. H90 $80 - $120

521 A Staffordshire Cottage Money Box H100 $50 - $80

513 A Staffordshire ‘Sleeping Girls’ Vase H140 $80 - $120

522 A European Porcelain Girl Figure playing a mandolin. Underglaze blue mark. H110 $50 - $80

514 A Staffordshire ‘Courting Couple’ Figure Group H140 $50 - $80

523 A Small Porcelain ‘Two Girls’ Figure Group H90 $50 - $80

515 A Pair of Staffordshire Flatback Figures of a boy and girl with lambs. H180 $100 - $200

524 A Pair of Sheffield Plate Covered Dishes of shaped octagonal form with gadrooned edging. L330 $200 - $300

525 A Briglin Figure of Sir Laurence Olivier designed and made by Sarah Parkinson for Briglin. No.12. H315 $400 - $600 See illustration page 108 526 A Briglin Figure of Sir John Gielgud same as above. No.86. H320 $400 - $600 527 A Briglin Figure of Margot Fonteyn same as above. No.21. Faulted. H295 $100 - $200 528 A Royal Doulton Flambe Vase of tapering ovoid form with a chevron patterned ground and unusual green black and red glaze. H160 $200 - $400 529 A Royal Worcester Painted Cabinet Plate with central floral and gold foliate decoration. Puce mark, 1938. D216 $120 - $180 530 A Walter Moorcroft African Lily Vase of squat baluster shape on blue ground. Signed, circa 1950. H130 $200 - $400 531 A Pair Of Versace Rosenthal Obelisks in red, black and gold Medusa pattern. H380 $400 - $600 532 A Versace Rosenthal Vase in red, black and gold Medusa pattern. H255 $300 - $500 533 A Versace Rosenthal Lidded Pot in red, black and gold Medusa pattern. D110 $120 - $180


534 A Versace Rosenthal Wall Plate in red, black and gold Medusa pattern. D305 $100 - $150

542 A Sterling Silver Salver pie crust border on four scroll feet. Inscription to rear. Birmingham 1981. 500g. W260 $400 - $600

535 Three Versace Rosenthal Table Pieces a side plate, square dish and octagonal candlestick in Madusa pattern. $150 - $220

543 A Cased Sterling Silver Cruet Set comprising a lidded salt cellar, mustard pot, two spoons and a pepper pot. Birmingham 1960’s. $200 - $300

536 A Versace Rosenthal Square Dish in Barocco pattern. W220 $70 - $100 537 A Pair of Augustus Rex Hand Painted Lidded Jars the baluster vases with alternating panels of flowers and courting couples. Chip to lid. H250 $200 - $400 538 A Sue Fraser ‘Spirited Horse’ Ceramic Figure the horse of contemporary stylised ancient Chinese form with green and blue glaze. H240 W300 D150 $1,000 - $1,500

SILVER 539 A 19th Century Cut Crystal Salt Dish on a circular silver foot. European marks W88 $100 - $150 540 A Sterling Silver Sovereign Case double coin holder. Blanckensee, Chester 1911. L58 $120 - $220 541 A Sterling Silver Jewelery Box of circular form on tripod feet, floral decoration to lid. 1960’s. D88 $120 - $220

544 A Pair of Sterling Silver Candlesticks of squat cylindrical form. Birmingham 1960’s. H100 $120 - $220 545 A Cased Set of Sterling Silver Teaspoons fiddle pattern. Exeter, 1873. $100 - $150 546 A Cased Sterling Silver Gravy Boat and Spoon Georgian style. Deakin & Francis, Birmingham 1938/9. $100 - $200 547 A Victorian Sterling Silver Serving Spoon fiddle pattern. George Adams, London 1847. 159g. L305 $200 - $300 548 A Sterling Silver Masonic Spoon with ‘Imperial Lodge of Mark Master Masons no. 643’ handled crest. Sheffield 1926. L230 $80 - $120 549 A Sterling Silver Arts and Crafts Mug of baluster form with hammer beaten finish. Birmingham Guild of Handicraft, Birmingham 1904. 193g. H100 $150 - $250

550 A Pair of Georgian Sterling Spoons William Eaton, London 1826. 160g. $200 - $300 551 Six Harelquin Sterling Silver Teaspoons fiddle pattern, Georgian and Victorian. $50 - $100 552 Eleven Sterling Silver Table Spoons fiddle pattern, London 1840 - 50’s. 460g. $200 - $300 553 Cased Victorian Sterling Silver Fish Servers JG’, Birmingham 1854. $200 - $300 554 A George III Sterling Silver Coffee Pot of baluster form on a beaded circular foot. Chased floral wreath decoration to the body. Charles Wright, London 1775. H280 $2,800 - $3,200 See illustration page 109 555 A Contemporary Sterling Silver Salver with shaped and gadrooned border. Roberts & Belk. Sheffield 1979. 410g. D212 $500 - $700 556 A Sterling Silver Two Handled Cup of circular form with repousse ribbon decoration. D.&J. Welby, London 1903. 505g. H160 $400 - $600 557 A Sterling Silver Sauce Boat Georgian style. Walker & Hall, Sheffield 1915. Dents to body. 190g. L145 $120 - $180 558 A Sterling Silver Tiffany Yo-Yo marked Tiffany & Co. .925 Steriing D60 $320 - $420

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559 A Sterling Silver Teapot plain bulbous body, with bakelite handle and finial. Engraved ‘Arte et Anime’. Walker & Hall, Sheffield 1920. 716g. L280 $300 - $500 560 An Indian Silver Teaset comprising teapot, water jug, milk, sugar and tray. Repousse leaf decoration, wooden handles and finials. $200 - $400

ORIENTAL 561 A Chinese Blue and White Baluster Vase with underglaze blue flower and bird decoration and scroll lugs to the neck. H210 $700 - $900 See illustration page 108 562 A Chinese Yellow Glaze Bowl the shallow bowl with thick glaze and footed base. Signed to base. D210 $200 - $400 563 A Chinese Lidded Dragon Jar the cylindrical jar with all over red dragon decoration. Qing mark to base. H115 D95 $750 - $950 564 A Chinese Blue and White Baluster Vase with underglaze blue flower and bird decoration and foo lugs to the side. H155 $600 - $800 565 A Quality Chinese Blue and White Bowl the deep cylindrical bowl decorated with underglaze blue monks in a garden. Rosewood lid and stand. Chien Lung mark to base. H140 D260 $2,000 - $3,000 566 A Chinese Red and White Baluster Vase with an underglaze red dragon and flared mouth. Small chip. H145 $550 - $700

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567 A Chinese Double Gourd Vase with a green and red dribble glaze. H220 $900 - $1,200 568 A Chinese Baluster Vase with underglaze dragon decoration. H245 $200 - $300 569 An Oval Exportware Covered Tureen in Imari pallete. The handles formed as flower heads. Some damage and restoration. W330 $80 - $120 570 A Large Chinese Polychrome Bowl the outer decorated with interior family scenes with additional floral patterns. H120 D255 $1,000 - $1,500 571 A Chinese Blue and White Meiping Vase with underglaze deocration of figures in a garden. H235 D130 $1,200 - $1,500 572 A Chinese Blue and White Incense Burner the cylindrical body decorated with underglaze blue ladies in a garden and repeating key pattern to upper rim. Unglazed interior. H800 D135 $2000 - $2,500 573 A Chinese Polychrome Lidded Baluster Vase of generous proportions decorated with a battle scene in strong colours. H410 D280 $2,800 - $3,500 574 A Chinese Archaic Style Celadon Cup with green and black scroll decoration. H82 $300 - $400

575 A Chinese Blue and White Lidded Vase the cylindrical body with an intricate underglaze wave pattern and mythical beasts. Repeating nodules to base and lid. Signed to lid and base. H120 D160 $1,500 - $1,800 576 A Chinese Blue and White Vase the wide bodied vase with underglaze blue figures in a landscape. Signed to base. H210 D200 $750 - $950 577 An Imperial Chinese Green Bowl the cylindrical bowl with an unusual oily green glaze. The exterior decorated with relief character marks. Imperial mark to base. H65 D170 $4,000 - $5,000 578 A Showa Japanese Cloisonne Vase with silver wire, plum tree blossom and bamboo on a transparent ground. Stamped ‘Sato’. H185 $200 - $300 579 A Showa Japanese Cloisonne Vase with silver wire, floral and silver leaf pattern on a red ground. H120 $80 - $120 580 An Oriental Ivory Parasol Needle Case H110 $100 - $150 581 A Japanese Ivory Toggle depicting Chokwharo the horse emerging from a basket. Signed. L40 $80 - $120 582 A Meiji Japanese Cloisonne Bottle Vase with coloured butterflies on a black ground. H155 $100 - $200


583 A Chinese Provincial Sideboard with three drawers and painted decoration. H840 W1740 D400 $350 - $500

592 A Pair of Chinese Peking Green Glass Bowls of cylindrical form on a footed base. Deep green colour. H60 D110 $250 - $400

584 A Chinese Green Stone Courtesan Figure of a seated woman reading in traditional costume. H145 $600 - $700

593 A Chinese Carved Ruyi Sceptre of root form with central deer carving flanked by character marks. L390 $600 - $800

585 A Bronze Chinese Covered Censor with bird and turtle decoration, elephant head handles and foo dog finials. Seal mark to the base. H240 $150 - $250

594 A Chinese Brown Crackle Glaze Bowl of plain footed form, unadorned. Rim chip. H70 $400 - $600

586 A Chinese Black Glazed Pot of rustic style with four small lugs to the neck. H250 D260 $450 - $600 587 A Small Chinese Vase Pot of squat baluster shape with underglaze blue floral decoration. D70 $150 - $250 588 A Small Chinese Vase Pot of squat baluster shape with underglaze blue floral decoration. D60 $150 - $250 589 A Chinese Pen and Ink Holder of square fan form with three holders and an open well. W75 $250 - $400 590 A Pair of Small Chinese Tai Chi Bowls with blue and white painted tai chi symbols. D80 $150 - $250 591 Two Chinese Tek Sing Bowls with underglaze blue decoration. D150 $80 - $120

595 A Chinese Blue and White Bowl the footed flared bowl with underglaze blue floral decoration. H60 D150 $500 - $700 596 A Chinese Blue and White Bowl the footed flared bowl with underglaze blue floral decoration. H65 D145 $600 - $800 597 A Chinese Blue and White Lidded Bowl the shallow bowl with thick glaze and footed base. Signed to base. H55 D140 $500 - $700 598 Two Chinese Silver Trinkets of round form with filigree sidesas well as a small bell. D25 $300 - $400 599 A Large Chinese Baluster Vase decorated with a group of ladies collecting flowers and Chinese inscriptions. Hairline crack to the rim. Signed to base. H580 D250

600 A Carved Jade Decorative Covered Jar the base with three legs and dragon mask handles. The top missing one lug handle. H120 $80 - $120 601 A Large Chinese Blue and White Rice Bowl the round shallow bowl with all over underglaze blue floral decoration. Firing crack to the base. D480 $800 - $,1000 See illustration page 108 602 An Antique Oriental Root Table the base constructed from twisted roots with an Imari pattern mosaic top. D500 $600 - $900 603 An Impressive Pair of Cloisonne Vases with Heron’s, floral and pine decoration. Turned and pierced wood stands. H580 $500 - $800 604 A Chinese Baluster Vase decorated with enamelled warriors at battle. Dragons and foo dogs to the shoulder. Signed to base. H460 D200 $120 - $180 605 An Archaic Style Bronze Wine Cup verdigris finish on a tripod base. H190 $50 - $80 606 An Eighteenth Century Lacquer Thai Buddha maroon lacquer finish, seated position with contemporary stand. H790 $3,500 - $4,500 607 A Pair of Chinese Cloisonne Vases with stylisedfloral and foliate decoration on blue ground. H310 $100 - $200

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608 A Cloisonne Vase on Stand floral decoration in brown H210 $50 - $80 609 A Japanese Meiji Kutani Baluster Vase painted with a procession of boy musicians. Gilt floral and cloud borders. Signed. H350 $500 - $700 610 A Chinese or Japanese Silver Teapot with scroll handle and raised floral decorated panels on a circular foot. Unmarked. L200 $500 - $700 611 A Qualtiy Chinese or Japanese Carved Ivory Figure of a man with sack and bundles H130 $3,000 - $3,500 See illustration page 108 612 An Impressive Chinese or Japanese Ivory Carved Tusk Section fully decorated with an intricately carved village landscape. H120 D95 $500 - $800 613 A Chinese Octagonal Flower Bowl with enamelled figures in a landscape decoration. H55 W165 $200 - $300

614 A Chinese Grey Glaze Baluster Vase H220 $200 - $300 615 A Chinese Bronze Wine Cup decorated with abstract patterns and character marks. H200 $650 - $800 616 A Chinese Hand Painted Scroll with figures in a rocky landscape. L1870 W475 $100 - $150 617 A Chinese Wood and Metal Red Bucket $50 - $70 618 A Chinese Wooden Lidded Tub $50 - $80

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624 A Chinese Provincial Folding Chair $80 - $150 625 A Chinese Carved Cupboard of two drawers above two cupboards, carved decoration, black finish and gold detailing. H810 W810 D530 $350 - $500 626 A Chinese Provincial Sideboard of three drawers above two cupboards and an open well, black finish. H830 W1300 D490 $500 - $800

619 A Chinese Handled Woven Basket $60 - $90

627 A Chinese Decorative Cupboard of two drawers above two doors, red paint finish with painted landscape decoration. H1060 W1090 D490 $500 - $800

620 A Carved and Painted Indonesian Deer Head H900 $250 - $400

628 A Chinese Low Sideboard of four drawers flanking a cupboard with black finish. W1640 H500 D460 $300 - $500

621 A Chinese Provincial Altar Table H830 W1730 D350 $300 - $500 622 A Chinese Rustic Long Stool H300 W1180 $100 - $200

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629 An Oriental Screen or Kimono Stand with painted panels and shaped details. H1570 W2060 $400 - $600

635 A Chinese Hexagonal Lacquer Vase with mother of pearl inlaid decoration. Faults. H560 $100 - $200

630 A Chinese Cinnabar Lacquer Lidded Vessel with relief carved decoration, two handles on three feet. Foo dog finial to lid. With a wood stand. Some faults and old repairs. H370 $200 - $400

636 An Oriental Carved Hardwood Vase Stand with all over carved decoration and rouge marble inset top. H490 $400 - $600

631 A Chinese Lacquer Cabinet of double gourd shape and extaensive painted decoration on a red ground. H1610 W780 D400 $400 - $600 632 An Elaborate Chinese Carved Standard Lamp in the form of a dragon holding a cast metal pierced shade. H1930 $400 - $600 633 A Chinese Lacquer Cupboard with painted floral and bird decoration on a red ground. H970 W660 D310 $200 - $300 634 A Pair of Chinese Cloisonne Vases with peonies and mythical bird decoration on blue ground. H290 $80 - $120

637 A Pair of Late 19th Century Inlaid Metal Herons on a black lacquer stand with original presentation box. Signed to base. H240 $800 - $1,200 638 An Antique Japanese Rice Bowl the large circular bowl with dark patina. D525 $350 - $500 639 A Chinese Watercolour Portrait of a gentleman, some foxing, signed, circa 1970’s. H450 W295 $350 - $450

TRIBAL 641 A Papua New Guinea Wall Mask the stylised face centred in carved circular border. Black and grey pigment. Ex Denis Dutton collection. H340 $50 - $100 642 A Papua New Guinea Canoe Prow stylised face with weathered patina. Ex Dutton collection. L400 $50 - $100 643 A Sepik River Gable Mask of long ovoid form and carved stylised eyes. Faded red and black pigment. Ex Dutton collection. H820 $100 - $200 644 A Papua New Guinea Wall Mask a male face of stylised form, unpigmented. Ex Dutton collection. H520 $80 - $120 706

640 An Indonesian Bronze Mounted Dropper Jar the blue and white porcelain with cracks to base. H130 $80 - $120

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645 A Karawari River Cult Hook the weathered hook with three stylised faces. Ex Dutton collection. Repaired. H1110 $80 - $120 646 A Papua New Guinea Male Carving Post of simple form with upraised arms. Ex Dutton collection. H1120 $80 - $120 647 A Papua New Guinea Storyboard Carving the large oval wood carving depicting scenes of men canoeing past a village with interwoven alligators, birds and trees. H840 W1230 $160 - $220 648 A Papua New Guinea Wall Mask the stylised face of elongated form with red pigmentation. Ex Dutton collection. H820 $100 - $200 649 An Abelam Ancestral Figure the long female form with red, ochre and black pigmentation. H700 $80 - $120 650 A Karawari River Cult Hook the weathered carving with a stylised face above a row of hooks. Ex Dutton collection. H1105 $80 - $120 651 A Papua New Guinea Ancestral Basket Hook in frog form. Ex Dutton collection. H615 $100 - $200 652 A Yamok Wall Carving of stylised female form, weathered patina. Ex Dutton collection. H520 $80 - $120

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653 A Papua New Guinea Gable Mask of elongated form, the long stylised face above a smaller realistic face. Good aged patina. Ex Dutton collection. H800 $150 - $250 654 A Papua New Guinea Male Mask of realitic form, no pigmentation. Ex Dutton collection. H280 $80 - $120 655 A Papua New Guinea Carved Head the face carved into an old stump with black pigmentation. Ex Dutton collection H480 $50 - $80 656 A Papua New Guinea Carved Stool with black pigmentation and four central supports. Ex Dutton collection H270 $100 - $200 657 A Benin Bronze Female Bust the realistic head with decorative headpiece and extensive neck rings. H410 $300 - $500

MODERN DESIGN 658 A Modernist Three Section Wardrobe by Peter Young. Ten central drawers flanked by angled cupboards. Black and wood laminate finish. Circa 1985. H1540 W1210 D620 $800 - $1,200 659 A Vintage Borge Mogensen Teak Fall Front Bureau with filled interior above four drawers. H1240 W1000 D480 $600 - $900

660 A Vintage Danish Figured Rosewood Sideboard the central tambour doors above two drawers and flanked by two cupboards on square sectioned legs. H1030 W2000 D470 $2,800 - $3,500 See illustration page 117 661 A Vintage Danish Rosewood Sideboard with four sliding doors above foor drawers on tapering legs. H1130 W2000 D455 $2,000 - $3,000 See illustration page 120 662 A Maskros Pendant Ceiling Lamp the dandelion lamp by Ikea. D850 $200 - $300 663 A Vintage Stelton ‘Cylinda’ Coffee and Tea Set designed by Arne Jacobsen. Comprising coffee and tea pot, milk and cream jug, tea strainer, sugar bowl and tray. Original stickers to base serial number 01/2. Purchased in Denmark 1960’s. $800 - $900 See illustration page 109 664 A Contemporary Swedish Anglepoise Floor Lamp maker Kika Industrial. On a tripod castor base. H1500 $250 - $400 665 A Contemporary Swedish Anglepoise Floor Lamp maker Kika Industrial. On a tripod platform base. H1500 $250 - $400 666 A Contemporary Glass Coffee Table consisting of one piece of folded glass, on castors. H410 W1290 D660 $400 - $600


667 A Louis Poulsen PH3 Table Lamp designed by Poul Henningsen. Chrome base and frosted glass shades. Lower shade missing. H640 $350 - $550 See illustration page 109 668 A Louis Poulsen Panthella Table Lamp designed by Verner Panton. White acrylic body and shade. H540 $650 - $900 See illustration page 109 669 An Artemide Nesso Table Lamp the mushroom shape table lamp in white acrylic. H350 $200 - $300 See illustration page 109 670 A Pair of Ittala Tall Glass Candlesticks by Timo Sarpaneva. With iceberg finish. H220 $100 - $150 671 A Pair of Ittala Short Glass Candlesticks by Timo Sarpaneva. With iceberg finish. H190 $100 - $150 672 A Rosenthal Studioline ‘Tac’ Teapot designed by Walter Gropius. White finish. W250 $200 - $300 673 A Pair of Modernist Folding Chairs with slatted backs and seats. $600 - $800 674 A Reproduction Eames La Chaise with white acrylic body, chrome and wood base. H840 W1600 $1,000 - $1,400

675 Rene Gagnon - Campbell’s Graffiti Can Print framed, signed 2011. H550 W195 $150 - $300 676 Jaime Ame - ‘Police Stop’ Graffiti Print aka ‘Ame72’. Framed, edition 54/72, signed 2009. H490 W690 $300 - $500 677 A Murano Art Glass Angel Fish by Oscar Zanetti. The slender glass fish with colourful inclusions and mounted on a black glass base. H414 W300 D95 $800 - $1,200 678 A Kosta Boda Art Glass Vase orange flame and lava vase. Signed. H270 $80 - $120 679 A Contemporary Art Glass Baluster Vase with white spot decoration on a charcol body and white folded collar. H325 $80 - $120

INTERIOR DECOR 680 A French Mid 20th Century Metal Table with metal legs, green composite top and single frieze drawer. Establishment Hermant Burxelles. H760 W1530 D870 $800 - $1,000 681 A Steel Four Draw File Cabinet H1315 W455 D620 $500 - $700 682 An Art Deco Shop Display Counter with decorative curved and veneered sides, glazed front and top with mirrored drawers to rear. Ex Smith & Caughey. H1000 W1380 D760 $700 - $1,000

683 An Art Deco Mahogany China Cabinet the shaped cabinet with three glazed doors. H1320 W1130 D300 $400 - $600 684 A Pair of French Art Deco Leather Club Chairs rounded arms, scroll back in tan leather, showing wear. W900 D1000 $3,500 - $5,000 See illustration page 120 685 An Arts and Crafts Pine Hallstand H1930 W900 D330 $300 - $500 686 A Pair of 19th Century French Salon Chairs in ebonised finish and distressed green velvet upholstery. $650 - $850 687 A Small Victorian Mahogany Twin Pedestal Desk with inset red leather top. H720 W1070 D600 $600 - $900 688 A Harelquin Set of George III Mahogany Chairs with Sheraton inlaid oval panels to the blade backs. Some losses. $2,000 - $3,000 689 A Pair of Antique Jacobean Style Bellows L400 $50 - $80 690 A Harelquin Set of Eight Victorian Mahogany Dining Chairs turned and reeded front legs and overstuffed seats. $1,600 - $2,000

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691 A Victorian Crank Mahogany Dining Table the turned and reeded legs on porcelain tables. L2060 W1140 $1,500 - $2,500

697 A 19th Century Small Mahogany Sideboard the two drawers with brass swan neck handles. H780 W1150 D580 $300 - $500

703 A Rosewood and Mahogany Tilt Top Table the round table on pedestal with curved legs terminating in castors. D1000 H715 $700 - $900

692 A Victorian Flame Mahogany Chest of five drawers with turned handles and bun feet. H1190 W1230 D550 $1,000 - $1,500 See illustration page 116

698 A Georgian Style Pine Coner Cabinet the uper section with glazed doors above two panelled doors. H1700 W1130 D630 $600 - $900

704 A Set of Four 19th Century Rosewood Dining Chairs the bladebacks with carved details, turned and reeded front legs. $500 - $700

699 A European Antique Rustic Pine Workbench with wooden vice to front and side, the base with five drawers. H810 W2120 D980 $1,000 - $1,500

705 A 19th Century Oak Twin Pedestal Desk on castors with inset top. H755 W1220 D580 $700 - $900

700 A French Ebonised and Gilt Pelmet H100 W2000 D250 $150 - $250

706 A Georgian Scottish Mahogany Longcase Clock with satinwood stringing and quartered pillarsto the case. Some distress to the white dial. William Dun, Glasgow. H2040 W505 D210 $2,000 - $3,000 See illustration page 117

693 A Set of Six Victorian Mahogany Dining Chairs with open ballon backs, turned legs and drop in seats. $600 - $900 694 A Victorian Mahogany Circular Supper Table the pedestal base with carved foliate feet and castors. D1200 $600 - $900 695 A Windsor Armchair with shaped elm seat and turned legs. H1160 $350 - $500 696 A Pair of Georgian Mahogany Sidechairs the shaped top rail and pierced backsplat with carved details on ball and claw cabriole legs. The seats with tapestry covers. $600 - $1,000

701 A French Ebonised and Gilt Pelmet H100 W2000 D250 $150 - $250 702 A French Ebonised and Gilt Pelmet H100 W2000 D250 $150 - $250

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707 A Pair of Elaborate North African Doors decorated with carved and metal panels and stud work. Heavy metal hardware. H2850 W1380 $3,000 - $5,000


708 A Contemporary Six Fold Oriental Screen with extensive bird and floral decoration, simple gilt decoration to the reverse. H1820 $450 - $550 709 A Danish Cast Iron Stove modern of neo-classical form and decoration. H1350 W360 D760 $300 - $500 710 A 20th Century European Desk in figured timber with five drawers on tapered square section legs. H770 W1190 D690 $600 - $800 711 A 20th Century Sidechair in figured timber with inlaid back and drop in seat. $80 - $120

712 An Antique Small Fruitwood Dropside Table circular with square sectioned legs. H740 D1120 $500 - $800

716 A Hand Knotted Wool Kashan Small Carpet of stylised foliate design on a red ground. L3480 W2430 $800 - $1,200

713 An Oil on Board Floral Still Life - T. Berger in gilt frame. H840 W700 $350 - $500

717 A Hand Knotted Wool Ardabil Rug with intricate geometric patterns on a red ground. L2950 W2120 $400 - $600

714 Two Painswick Village Watercolour Scenes Monique Rivers H170 W135 $200 - $300

718 A Wool Kirman Rug in muted cream and rose colours. L2500 W1470 $200 - $400 719 A Hand Knotted Wool Tabriz Carpet of stylised floral design on a pink ground. L4200 W2195 $1,000 - $2,000

715 Woman Portrait Gouache M.J. Manning H345 W245 $100 - $200

720 A Wool Baluchi Carpet of twenty one medallions on a tradtional red ground. L3900 W2770 $600 - $1,000

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CONDITIONS of sale for buyers 1. Bidding. The highest bidder shall be the purchaser subject to the auctioneer having the right to refuse the bid of any person. Should any dispute arise as to the bidding, the lot in dispute will be immediately put up for sale again at the preceding bid, or the auctioneer may declare the purchaser, which declaration shall be conclusive. No person shall advance less at a bid than the sum nominated by the auctioneer, and no bid may be retracted. 2. Reserves. All lots are sold subject to the right of the seller or her/his agent to impose a reserve. 3. Registration. Purchasers shall complete a bidding card before the sale giving their own correct name, address and telephone number. It is accepted by bidders that the supply of false information on a bidding card shall be interpreted as deliberate fraud. 4. Buyer’s Premium. The purchaser accepts that in addition to the hammer or selling price Webb’s will apply a buyer’s premium of 12.5% for the Fine Jewellery and Watches sale, and a buyer’s premium of 15% for the A2 Art and Antiques and Modern Design, (unless otherwise stated), together with GST on such premiums. 5. Payment. Payment for all items purchased is due on the day of sale immediately following completion of the sale. If full payment cannot be made on the day of sale a deposit of 10% of the total sum due must be made on the day of sale and the balance must be paid within 5 working days. Payment is by cash, bank cheque or Eftpos. Personal and private cheques will be accepted but must be cleared before goods will be released. Credit cards are not accepted. 6. Lots sold as Viewed. All lots are sold as viewed and with all erros in description, faults and imperfections whether visible or not. Neither Webb’s nor its vendor are responsible for errors in description or for the genuineness or authenticity of any lot or for any fault or defect in it. No warranty whatsoever is made. Buyers proceed upon their own judgement. Buyers shall be deemed to have inspected the lots, or to have made enquiries to their complete satisfaction, prior to sale and by the act of bidding shall be deemed to be satisfied with the lots in all respects. 7. Webb’s Act as Agents. They have full discretion to conduct all aspects of the sale and to withdraw any lot from the sale without giving any reason. 8. Collection. Purchases are to be taken away at the buyer’s expense immediately after the sale except where a cheque remains uncleared. If this is not done Webb’s will not be responsible if the lot is lost, stolen, damaged or destroyed. Any items not collected within seven days of the auction may be subject to a storage and insurance fee. A receipted invoice must be produced prior to removal of any lot. 9. Licences. Buyers who purchase an item which falls within the provisions of the Protected Objects Act 1975 or the Arms Act 1958 cannot take possession of that item until they have shown to Webb’s a license under the appropriate Act. 10. Failure to make Payment. If a purchaser fails either to pay for or take away any lot, Webb’s shall without further notice to the purchaser, at its absolute discretion and without prejudice to any other rights or remedies it may have, be entitled to exercise one or more of the following rights or remedies: A. To issue proceeding against the purchaser for damages for breach of contract. B. To rescind the sale of that or any other lot sold to the purchaser at

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the same or any other auction. C. To resell the lot by public or private sale. Any deficiency resulting from such resale, after giving credit to the purchaser for any part payment, together with all costs incurred in connection with the lot shall be paid to Webb’s by the purchaser. Any surplus over the proceeds of sale shall belong to the seller and in this condition the expression ‘proceeds of sale’ shall have the same meaning in relation to a sale by private treaty as it has in relation to a sale by auction. D. To store the lot whether at Webb’s own premises or elsewhere at the sole expense of the purchaser and to release the lot only after the purchase price has been paid in full plus the accrued cost of removal storage and all other costs connected to the lot. E. To charge interest on the purchase price at a rate 2% above Webb’s bankers’ then current rate for commercial overdraft facilities, to the extent that the price or any part of it remains unpaid for more than seven days from the date of the sale. F. To retain possession of that or any other lot purchased by the purchaser at that or any other auction and to release the same only after payment of money due. G. To apply the proceeds of sale of any lot then or subsequently due to the purchaser towards settlement of money due to Webb’s or its vendor. Webb’s shall be entitled to a possessory lien on any property of the purchaser for any purpose while any monies remain unpaid under this contract. H. To apply any payment made by the purchaser to Webb’s towards any money owing to Webb’s in respect of any thing whatsoever irrespective of any directive given in respect of, or restriction placed upon, such payment by the purchaser whether expressed or implied. I. Title and right of disposal of the goods shall not pass to the purchaser until payment has been made in full by cleared funds. Where any lot purchased is held by Webb’s pending i. clearance of funds by the purchaser or ii. completion of payment after receipt of a deposit, the lot will be held by Webb’s as bailee for the vendor, risk and title passing to the purchaser immediately upon notification of clearance of funds or upon completion of purchase. In the event that a lot is lost, stolen, damaged or destroyed before title is transferred to the purchaser, the purchaser shall be entitled to a refund of all monies paid to Webb’s in respect of that lot, but shall not be entitled to any compensation for any consequent losses howsoever arising. 11. Bidders deemed Principals. All bidders shall be held personally and solely liable for all obligations arising from any bid, including both ‘telephone’ and ‘absentee’ bids. Any person wishing to bid as agent for a third party must obtain written authority to do so from Webb’s prior to bidding. 12. ‘Subject Bids’. Where the highest bid is below the reserve and the auctioneer declares a sale to be ‘subject to vendor’s consent’ or words to that effect, the highest bid remains binding upon the bidder until the vendor accepts or rejects it. If the bid is accepted there is a contractual obligation upon the bidder to pay for the lot. 13. SALES POST AUCTION OR BY PRIVATE TREATY. The above conditions shall apply to all buyers of goods from Webb’s irrespective of the circumstances under which the sale is negotiated. 14. condition of Items. Condition of items is not detailed in this catalogue. Buyers must satisfy themselves as to the condition of lots they bid on and should refer to clause six. Webb’s are pleased to provide intending buyers with condition reports on any lots.


Bidding Slip For absentee bidders on lots in sale 331 Please bid on my behalf at the above sale for the following lots up to the prices recorded. These bids are to be executed as cheaply as is permitted by other bids or reserves if any.* I agree to comply with the Conditions of Sale as printed in the catalogue. I understand that in the case of a successful bid on items in the Fine Jewellery and Watches sales a buyer’s premium of 12.5% will be added to the hammer price and that GST is charged on the premium, and that in the case of a successful bid on items in the A2 Art and Antiques and Modern Design sales, a buyer’s premium of 15% will be added to the hammer price and that GST is charged on the premium. On major lots customers may prefer to bid by telephone. Please enquire regarding this service which Webb’s carry out at no charge.

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postal Address contact name email address ARRANGEMENTS FOR PAYMENT: I agree to pay immediately on receipt of notice from Webb’s of my successful bid. Payment will be by cash cheque or bank transfer. I will arrange for collection of my purchases or I agree to pay for packing and freight costs incurred by Webb’s in having any purchases forwarded to me. In order to avoid delay in clearing purchases buyers who are unknown to us are advised to make arrangements for payment before the sale or for references to be supplied. If such arrangements are not made cheques will be cleared before purchases are delivered. * Webb’s will do its utmost to carry out bidding instructions for absentee bidders. It will not be responsible however if circumstances prevent it from doing so.

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PRICES REALISED SALE 330 (7- 8 DECEMber 2011) Fine Jewellery and Watches, Antiques and MODERN DESIGN LOT 100 103 104 108 109 110 111 112 113 114 115 117 118 121 122 124 126 127 128 129 130 131 132 133 134 135 137 138 140 141 143 144 145 146 147 148 149 151 152 153 154 155 156 160 161 162 163 164 166 167 170 172 173 174 175

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$ 1000 3500 700 11500 1600 9000 1100 2500 8250 1200 400 1900 1250 1850 4600 2500 500 1900 1300 2800 5250 350 700 375 275 400 15000 3250 2800 700 600 900 550 4000 700 500 4800 850 2400 5300 1500 3500 525 1800 450 925 10000 700 900 2500 3600 1950 3800 2700 3100

LOT 176 177 178 180 181 182 183 185 186 188 190 191 193 198 199 200 201 202 203 204 207 208 211 212 213 215 218 219 220 225 239 240 241 244 246 247 248 249 252 257 259 260 262 274 275 277 281 282 300 301 302 304 305 308 309

$ 2000 650 300 1500 6500 1750 17500 5500 550 2300 600 1550 1200 6000 4000 425 300 1100 400 900 13500 9000 3000 1750 1300 12000 3700 2100 1000 15000 3950 3600 2400 400 10000 1600 1750 2400 13000 7250 3250 1400 2500 4200 550 2350 1100 800 300 600 4600 100 225 2700 250

LOT 311 317 318 319 321 323 324 325 326 328 329 332 335 336 348 349 353 355 356 357 363 364 366 367 368 369 371 372 375 376 380 381 384 393 394 400 401 404 405 407 411 416 417 419 420 422 423 424 425 427 429 430 433 434 435

$ 2600 4700 500 400 800 260 400 150 550 125 800 120 600 600 120 150 1200 110 60 1050 60 100 100 270 1200 350 300 100 675 120 120 150 200 120 200 2000 700 1600 400 400 800 1100 1900 150 350 800 340 1200 140 50 850 140 250 650 225

LOT 436 437 438 440 445 447 448 454 457 458 460 461 462 463 464 465 466 467 468 469 470 473 474 475 476 477 478 479 480 481 482 483 484 485 486 487 488 489 490 491 494 496 497 498 500 507 509 510 512 513 516 519 520 527 528

$ 400 2000 600 300 1800 250 450 320 50 250 7000 1000 2200 2000 1800 2500 4800 250 250 300 300 150 200 50 250 400 180 150 6000 225 5200 275 2750 100 425 650 2900 800 2750 250 1000 120 320 1000 180 350 1250 1050 1600 2200 400 900 700 120 150

LOT 531 533 534 535 540 544 545 546 548 554 555 556 558 559 561 563 564 565 566 567 568 572 573 575 577 579 581 582 583 585 587 588 589 592 595 596 597 598 599 600 602 603 604 605 606 607 0607A 609 611 612 614 615 616 619 620

$ 120 200 350 300 4100 350 1200 200 160 170 800 13000 1500 5700 100 80 160 2000 1000 3200 3600 120 200 900 1000 450 700 1500 500 950 1250 900 800 2700 550 150 360 80 170 220 325 1500 1400 1400 250 200 400 100 600 2700 450 300 200 475 1100


PRICES REALISED SALE 330 (7- 8 DECEMber 2011) Fine Jewellery and Watches, Antiques and MODERN DESIGN LOT 621 622 623 624 625 626 627 628 632 635 637 638 639 0639A 640 642 644 645 646 647 648 1000 1001 1002 1004 1005 1006 1007 1008 1009 1010 1011 1012 1013 1014 1015 1016 1017 1019 1020 1022 1024 1025 1026 1027 1028 1029 1030 1031 1032 1033 1034 1035 1036 1037

$ 1800 140 120 700 130 100 100 50 230 280 150 180 500 50 160 220 360 100 525 220 2000 3150 575 130 170 725 275 285 650 650 3000 550 275 725 4300 200 650 1600 335 175 160 325 100 150 650 650 140 220 425 1200 4200 270 1025 410 170

LOT 1038 1039 1040 1041 1043 1044 1045 1046 1047 1048 1049 1050 1052 1054 1055 1057 1058 1061 1062 1063 1064 1066 1067 1068 1069 1070 1071 1072 1073 1074 1075 1076 1077 1078 1079 1080 1081 1082 1083 1084 1085 1086 1087 1088 1089 1090 1091 1092 1093 1094 1095 1097 1098 1099 1100

$ 550 200 140 400 250 450 550 4100 480 400 1375 1400 1400 500 700 300 1000 900 700 800 575 350 300 900 425 180 275 275 475 500 275 250 100 675 325 400 250 340 250 475 475 520 475 325 130 3100 280 550 525 100 120 275 100 460 120

LOT 1101 1102 1103 1104 1105 1106 1107 1108 1110 1111 1112 1113 1114 1115 1116 1117 1118 1119 1120 1121 1122 1123 1124 1125 1126 1127 1128 1129 1130 1131 1132 1133 1134 1135 1136 1137 1138 1139 1140 1141 1142 1143 1144 1145 1146 1147 1148 1149 1150 1151 1152 1153 1154 1155 1156

$ 600 150 160 200 150 1250 600 65 625 2200 250 50 1775 1400 110 240 380 150 450 650 150 650 280 240 775 1200 160 80 300 200 400 450 60 325 50 200 700 360 550 180 200 225 55 200 200 200 80 130 160 500 300 100 800 100 800

LOT 1157 1158 1159 1160 1161 1162 1163 1164 1166 1167 1168 1169 1170 1172 1173 1174 1175 1176 1177 1178 1179 1180 1181 1182 1183 1184 1185 1186 1187 1188 1189 1190 1191 1192 1193 1194 1195 1196 1197 1198 1199 1200 1201 1202 1203 1204 1205 1206 1207 1208 1209 1210 1211 1212 1213

$ 250 130 225 350 375 170 150 230 250 90 80 250 130 320 70 140 160 170 600 240 100 230 540 270 150 100 70 225 130 140 20 100 60 100 40 900 140 95 35 260 200 480 7 30 360 640 360 80 100 800 30 180 120 120 60

LOT 1214 1215 1216 1217 1219 1220 1222 1223 1225 1227

$ 170 400 200 360 150 100 150 320 100 90

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INDEX OF ARTISTS Albrecht, Gretchen Anselmi, Franco

25, 44 162

Baker, William George Banbury, Grant Barker, David Beadle, Peter Binney, Don Blomfield, Charles Boroughs, Justin Brainwash, Mr Brown, Nigel Buchanan, Dean Bucklow, Christopher Burton, Sally Chilcott, Gavin Ching, Raymond Clairmont, Philip Couper, Matt Cotton, Shane Cross, Mark de Latour, Tony Dibble, Paul Dolezel, Jenny Dowman, Matt Drawbridge, John Edgar, Charlton Ellis, Robert Et Al Fairey, Shephard Feu’u, Fatu France, Patricia Fraye, Andre

126

142, 167 116 141 139, 140 9, 18, 41 131 68, 112 177 80, 95 145, 146 180 172 183 88 55 20 6 189 59 60, 61 77 176 110

190, 191, 192, 193, 194 19, 160 27 174 65, 103 101, 102 132

Friedlander, Marti 71, 84, 119 Frizzell, Dick 7, 8, 11, 12, 21, 22, 23, 40, 46, 47, 49, 89, 106, 179 Garden, Viky Gorman, Kirsty Gossage, Star Graham, Charlotte Hanly, Pat Harris, Jeffrey Harrison, Michael Hartigan, Paul Hight, Michael Holmwood, John Hooper, Julian Hotere, Ralph Hourigan, Heather Hoyte, John Barr Clarke Hughes, Sara Hunter, Alexis Hutchinson, Lonnie

170 158 76 164 79, 108 3, 111 29 74 42 87, 138 90 30, 32, 56, 83 125 127 5 92 13

Ioane, John Isbey, Annette

39 161

Jahnke, Robert Johnson, Eric Lee Jones, Gina Jones, David

72 133 64 186

Kaan, Simon Karaka, Emily Kihara, Shigeyuki Killeen, Rick Kivits, Jos Kozyndan

36 94, 109 43 4 143, 147 37


Lawlor-Bartlett, Margaret Lee, Jae Hoon Leleisi’uao, Andy Lewer, Richard Lowry, Vanya Lucas, Nicole Macleod, Euan Maddox, Allen Martyn, Adrienne Maughan, Karl Maw, Liz McArthur, Piera McFarlane, Scott McIntyre, Peter Mcleod, Andrew McWhannell, Richard Minson, Sofia Morrison, David Naparrula, Mitjili Nelson, Polly Nuangala Ngala, Polly Nicol, John Nigro, Jan

96 26 93, 98 117 100 178 66, 134 35, 75 151 45, 73 2 156 57 169 1, 28 62 126 114 122 123 121 97 152, 171

Robertshaw, Des Robinson, James Sanderson, Pippa Schoon, Theo Seyb, Wayne Shelton, Ann Sherwood, Maud Siddell, Sylvia Smither, Michael Stevens, Kathryn Stichbury, Peter Stoddart, Margaret Sydney, Grahame

124 137 54 48 153, 154 181 99 130, 157, 165 14, 15, 16, 91 82

173 50 187 52, 53 166 135, 136, 159 104, 105 115 10, 51 184 24, 107

Tapper, Garth Tawhio, Tracey Te Waru Rewi, Kura Thomson, Elizabeth Thomson, Jeff Thornley, Geoff Tjakamarra, Barney Campbell Trusttum, Philip Tuffery, Michael Twiss, Greer van der Windt, Christoffel

Painter-Arps, Sharon Palmer, Stanley Pardington, Fiona Paterson, Rueben Peerless, Jessica Perkins, Christopher Pond-Eyley, Claudia Procter, Robert Pule, John Reed, William

148 67, 118

Walsh, John Weeks, John Wolfe, Emily Woollaston, Toss Wright, Walter Young, Melissa Younghusband, Adelle

155 185 149 31, 113 69, 70 34 120 85, 150 38, 58 17 163

78 81, 129 63 86, 144, 168, 182 128 175 188

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